The Gordon McPhate Essay Prize for Science and Christian Theology
God and the Big Bang: Day Conferences for Secondary Schools in the UK
Backed by leading scientists from Durham, Harvard and Cambridge, God and the Big Bang debunks the myth that science and religious faith are incompatible. It provides a valuable opportunity to encourage young people with interests in science or religious studies to explore and learn about matters of science and faith in an exciting, inspirational and engaging way.
In the Beginning: A Video Curriculum Exploring the Catechism of Creation, Forward Movement
This groundbreaking new video curriculum invites you to explore science and faith through the lens of leading ordained scientists in The Episcopal Church. The curriculum provides four weeks of free downloadable lesson plans, discussion questions, and links to corresponding videos for each class. Explore the Bible’s basic doctrine of creation, the modern scientific worldview, perspectives on the Big Bang and evolution, and the biblical roots for environmental care. This course serves as an excellent platform for a Sunday School or adult formation course to delve into A Catechism of Creation, a downloadable document that explores The Episcopal Church’s understanding of creation in the traditional question-and-answer format, available for free download here. Developed in partnership with the Committee on Science, Technology and Faith, this video curriculum allows a sense of wonder and discovery to play a part in building care for creation in our faith communities.
WRITINGS BY MEMBERS
Bishop of Manchester
Bishop of Rhode Island
Blog: Entangled States
Blog: An Ecclesiastic Peculiar
LINKS FOR SCIENCE AND RELIGION
Founder Rev. Dr. Robert Russell, S.O.Sc.
Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge
InterFASE, The International Faith and Science Exchange
PASTCF, Presbyterian Association on Science, Technology, and the Christian Faith, President James Miller, S.O.Sc.