The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion is an academic research enterprise based at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge.

The Faraday Institute is offering informed and intellectually rigorous courses on the relationship between science and religion delivered by speakers eminent in their own disciplines and in this inter-disciplinary field. Post-doc and student fees are heavily discounted and bursaries are available for delegates from low-income countries. The first courses are as follows:

Short course no. 1: ‘Introduction to Science and Religion’, April 7-9, 2006. Programme topics include: Historical interactions between science and religion; models for relating science and faith; does evolution have any religious significance?; science and the question of miracles; why care about the environment? Speakers: Prof. Colin Russell; Revd Dr John Polkinghorne KBE FRS; Dr Denis Alexander, Prof. R. J. Berry; Prof. Colin Humphreys; Prof. Bob White FRS; Dr Paula Clifford.

Summer Course no. 1: July 16-29, 2006 This course will be organised as two one-week Units; delegates may attend either or both weeks:

Week1: ‘The Big Questions in Science and Religion’ Week 2: ‘Science, Philosophy and Theology’ Speakers include: Prof. George Ellis, Revd Dr David Wilkinson, Prof. Simon Conway Morris FRS, Prof. Jeff Schloss, Prof. Gareth Jones, Dr Denis Alexander, Prof. Colin Humphreys, Prof. John Bryant, Dr Joe Perry, Prof. Roger Trigg, Revd Dr John Polkinghorne KBE FRS.

For more details, including eligibility, application forms and details about discounts and bursaries, visit

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