06 July 2017
The Revd Julie Wearing (Vicar of St Faith & St Martin with St Peter at Arches, Lincoln) writes...
Lincoln is host to several events relating to the mutuality of science and faith later this year, exploring how science and faith working together can help us develop our thinking in different disciplines.
Conference on Mental Wellbeing, Neuroscience and Religion, Science Religion Forum, Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln: 31st August – 2nd September 2017. For more information see https://srforum.org
Annual Gowland Public Lecture, Bishop Grosseteste University, on Thursday, 31st August 2017 at 8pm: Dr Liz Grant (Senior Lecturer on Global Health and Development) will be speaking in relation to mental wellbeing, neuroscience and religion. Free entry.
The Fruitfulness of Science and Faith: Saturday, 2nd September 2017 from 1.30pm until 5.15pm. An afternoon of talks and discussion on the mutual benefit of science and faith. This event will also serve as the launch of a series of ‘Test of Faith’ courses across the diocese, allowing for greater exploration of the relationship between science and faith at a local level, while also highlighting that there are many scientists who have a deep Christian faith.
For more information about the above events, please contact the Revd Julie Wearing via email or by calling 01522 41 58 58.