Are Scientists Playing God?

Thursday 16th March 2016 at 19.30 at the University of Exeter

PLEASE NOTE: This event takes place in the "Newman Red" Lecture Theatre at the University of Exeter

Panel discussion with panellists: Prof John Bryant, Rt Rev Dame Sarah Mullally, Rev Dr John Searle, Dr Morven Shearer (University of St Andrews)

Chair: Canon Dame Suzi Leather

Admission is free but booking is essential. Please telephone 01392 285983 (Monday to Friday) or book online.

PLEASE NOTE: This event takes place in the "Newman Red" Lecture Theatre at the University of Exeter

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What is "On Common Ground"?

On Common Ground is a Scientists in Congregations project, funded by the Templeton Foundation. It seeks to address questions including:

Can there be a mutually enhancing relationship between science and faith?

Do the findings of science challenge our faith in any way?

Can God feature in scientific discourse?

Is faith relevant in our contemporary ‘scientific world’?

Are scientists playing God? Can we use Christian ethics to evaluate the applications of science?

For more information please visit the project website.

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