Our autumn programme will once again address a range of different issues.
In September, breaking with our usual pattern, we are planning an evening of short video presentations on a variety of topics, including artificial intelligence and environmental issues, with the opportunity for discussion.
In October, we welcome Dr Ruth Bancewicz, who will be speaking on: “The Wonders of the Living World: Biology, Belief, and the Search for Meaning and Purpose in the Universe.”
Finally, in November, Lizzie Henderson, Youth and Schools Outreach Officer and Children’s Media Project Coordinator at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, in Cambridge, will speak on the subject: “Children are the Future: Science, Faith and Youth”.
The dates for these talks are:
Tuesday 20th September, Tuesday 18th October, and Tuesday 22nd November, and all talks will be at our usual venue at Lindisfarne House, 4 Barbourne Terrace, WR1 3JS.
In addition, Lizzie Henderson will also be speaking at the Hive, on Friday 18th November, 7 – 9 pm, to a group of young people, on the topic, “Has science killed God?” If you are aged 16 – 25, or have any children, grandchildren, nephews or nieces who you think might be interested, do let them know about it.
There will be more details coming out about all the talks mentioned above, so do visit our website again soon, for more information.
We hope that you have a good summer break, and look forward to seeing you in the autumn.
A pdf of the meeting programme can be downloaded from the following link: B & S programme Autumn 2016 v2