Events organised, sponsored, or co-sponsored by CSCA or a local group of CSCA members.

FREE PUBLIC EVENT: CSCA presents a lecture by Mark McEwan (CSCA Project Development Officer). Science & Christianity as Cultural Authorities Introductions to science and religion generally describe four possible ways of relating the two, from least cooperative to most integrated. Two models consistently appear: (1) science and religion are in conflict (or warfare) over the same territory, or (2) they are independent, compartmentalized enterprises; science explains “how,” religion explains “why.” Different thinkers conceive the third and fourth models differently, but they generally include (3) an arm’s-length option (e.g. Ian Barbour’s “dialogue,” John Haught’s “contact,” Denis Lamoureux’s “boundary”), and (4) a …

FREE PUBLIC EVENT: CSCA presents a lecture by Mark McEwan (CSCA Project Development Officer). Science & Christianity as Cultural Authorities Introductions to science and religion generally describe four possible ways of relating the two, from least cooperative to most integrated. Two models consistently appear: (1) science and religion are in conflict (or warfare) over the same territory, or (2) they are independent, compartmentalized enterprises; science explains “how,” religion explains “why.” Different thinkers conceive the third and fourth models differently, but they generally include (3) an arm’s-length option (e.g. Ian Barbour’s “dialogue,” John Haught’s “contact,” Denis Lamoureux’s “boundary”), and (4) a …