'God is most certainly not threatened by science; he made it all possible'
Dr Francis Collins, former Director of the Human Genome Project
During this year's Science Week, join us for a conversation about the sometimes turbulent interaction of science and faith. Has science disproved God? Can they coexist? How do working scientists make sense of this 'conflict'?
On the evening, astronomer Dr Luke Barnes will give a short address followed by a time for Q+A. This event is for the sceptically minded, the scientifically curious and the believer who likes to wrestle with questions of science and belief. Everyone is welcome.
WHEN + WHERE
Monday 13 Aug (during Science Week)
7.45 for snacks
At St Luke's, Clovelly
Corner Arden St and Varna St, Clovelly (location)
Luke Barnes is a John Templeton Fellow at Western Sydney University. With a PhD in astronomy from the University of Cambridge, he has published papers in the field of galaxy formation and on the fine-tuning of the Universe for life. He is the coauthor with Prof. Geraint Lewis of "A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely-Tuned Cosmos", published by Cambridge University Press.