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Christian scientists explore faith in tech-driven world | Pictures

Elspeth Kernebone

25 November 2022

Christians in science have gathered for the first of a two-day conference discussing Christian living in a techno-scientific world, run by ISCAST – Christians in Science and Technology.

The event’s aim was to consider how Christians could live as faithful followers of Jesus, as new scientific discoveries and technological advancements opened up new challenges and new questions.

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Attendees at Friday’s academic conference heard from speakers such as Associate Professor of Bioethics at the University of Notre Dame Megan Best, Associate Professor of Old Testament and
Christian Thought at Morling College Andrew Sloane, with a keynote address Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at the University of Oxford Dr Alister E McGrath.

The event was set to continue with a general conference on Saturday, designed for people of all ages and backgrounds.

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