Dr Mathew Clark
Tuesday 16th February 2016, 8.00 pm at Lindisfarne House, 4 Barbourne Terrace, WR1 3JS.
Dr Clark will discuss the origins of the physical universe as described in the Bible and how this is seen in relation to the creation as interpreted from scientific discovery. He will consider how believers with scientific backgrounds reconcile the two descriptions and how this is affected by modern scriptural interpretation.
After a career as Pentecostalist Pastor and Academic Tutor in Central and Southern Africa, Dr Clark is now Director of Postgraduate studies at Regent’s Theological College Malvern.
All welcome. Coffee and cake will be served at the end. You can download a poster for this talk from B & S flyer Dr Mathew Clark Feb 2016
On a clear winter night it is not difficult to look up and get a sense of the vastness of the universe, and our own insignificance in the scheme of things. The first patent application for a telescope from Hans Lippershey was quickly improved on by Galileo Galilei in 1609, who used it to start the train of investigation that has led to humankind estimating the age of the universe, developing concepts of dark matter, dark energy, the big bang, oscilating universe,multi-universes etc. If you’ve ever wondered what are some of the current concepts of modern cosmology, are they real or just fantasy, does the core understanding of cosmology challenge a biblical view of the universe and our part in it, then come to listen to Rev Dr Richard Tweedy give his talk on 20th January 2015.
Richard Tweedy Talk 20 Jan 2015