Curious Minds - Religion and Science special lecture series

Dates throughout autumn

How do faith and science co-exist? How was the universe created? Come and explore some of the biggest questions of time and space at a special series of guest lectures by leading experts. 

This series of prestigiously lectures will take place in the Nave of the Cathedral.  The lecturers, drawn from a range of academic backgrounds, will engage the audience with some of the most important questions relating to how science can help us understand and expand our knowledge of our place within this universe. The lecturers will also engage with the implications of the science on faith and exploring how science and theology are not in opposition to each other but are in the business of entering into common dialogue about some the most basic questions we ask as human beings.  The first four of the lectures will poignantly take place on the ‘Moon Floor’.

The lectures will be begin at 19.30 and include time for Q & A (finishing at 21.00).
Tickets £10 or £50 for a season ticket. (Please note you only need to select one lecture when booking a season ticket - your ticket will be valid for all lectures.)

Supported by Apollo
www.apollo.co.uk

Stars and Life
Professor Raphael Hirschi, Professor of Stellar Hydrodynamics and Nuclear Astrophysics at the University of Keele
Wednesday 4 September | 19.30 (doors open 18.45)
Tickets £10, season ticket £50

Animals suffering in evolution: Did God create death?
Dr Bethany Sollereder, Postdoctoral Fellow in Science and Religion at the University of Oxford
Wednesday 11 September | 19.30 (doors open 18.45)
Tickets £10, season ticket £50

God in the Lab: How science enhances faith
Dr Ruth Bancewicz, Church Engagement Director at The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion

Wednesday 18 September | 19.30 (doors open 18.45)
Tickets £10, season ticket £50

God, the Big Bang and Stephen Hawking
Professor David Wilkinson, Principal of St John's College, University of Durham

Tuesday 24 September | 19.30 (doors open 18.45)
Tickets £10, season ticket £50

A Physicist reads the Book of Job: Towards a Theology of Science as Gift
Professor Tom McLeish, Professor of Natural Philosophy at University of York

Wednesday 2 October | 19.30 (doors open at 18.45)
Tickets £10, season ticket £50

Evolution, Creation and the Problem of Suffering
Dr Robert Asher, Lecturer in Zoology and Curator of the Museum of Zoology at the University of Cambridge

Wednesday 9 October | 19.30 (doors open at 18.45)
Tickets £10, season ticket £50

Carers and essential companions 50% discount - please call 01543 306150 to book.
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Venue
Lichfield Cathedral
The Close
Lichfield
WS13 7LD