Science and ChristianityScience

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing St Andrew's is hosting a series of sermons and other events on Science and Christianity. 


Do science and Christianity have to be seen as enemies? Can you be a scientist and a Christian? What should be the Christian response to the latest scientific developments? All welcome to come and hear talks by eminent scientists and others at our 9.45 am services on the following dates: 

13 October      Simon Taylor                          Lessons from Galileo
20 October      Professor Bob White FRS    Christians and Climate Change

  • Professor of Geophysics at the University of Cambridge, studying active volcanoes in Iceland and New Zealand, sustainable use of the environment, and the responses of those caught up in disasters
  • Director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion
27 October      Professor Keith Fox               Christians and Genetic Modification
  • Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Southampton, working on DNA and its associated molecules
  • Associate Director of the Faraday Institute
  • Licensed Lay Minister in the Church of England
3 November    Professor Peter Robinson     Humans, Machines and the Image of God
  • Professor of Computer Technology at the University of Cambridge
  • leads the Rainbow Group working on computer graphics and interaction
17 November  Dr Ruth Banciewicz              Fearfully and Wonderfully Made:
                                                                          when Jesus became an embryo
  • Church Engagement Director of the Faraday Institute