Viral Science and Public Theology:Talking about nature and neighbour in a post-Covid world

1-2 December 2020 

The stories we tell shape us, especially as we face challenges. Covid-19 has challenged and changed the stories on which we pattern our lives, stories of self and society, science and theology, and God with us.  

Viral Science and Public Theology brings together bishops and senior church leaders from around the world to share their experience and to think creatively about new and faithful narratives, well-grounded in science and theology and engaging a wide audience.These sessions are an opportunity for personal engagement with other senior leaders struggling to make theological sense of the pandemic, not only for themselves, but for the communities they serve.  

Read more about this conference here.


Previous conferences

For video resources from our previous conferences please click on the following links:

Conference 1 – Energy and the Earth: Fracking, climate change and stewardship

Conference 2 – Neuroscience: Body, mind and free-will

Conference 3 – Cosmology: the beginning, the end and the vast

Conference 4 – Complexity: Creation, suffering and the action of God

Conference 5 – Being Human: AI, transhumanism and SETI

Conference 6 – Becoming Human: Evolution, beginning and end of Life

Conference 7 – AI and Robotics: the science, opportunities, and challenges (senior church leaders)

Conference 8 – AI and Robotics: the science, opportunities, and challenges (all levels of clergy)