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Fri 20 Mar - Genes, free will and human identity – are humans just gene machines and do scientists have the right to shape them?


Professor Keith Fox

When: Friday 20th March 2020, doors open 7pm for tea and homemade cake; formal start 7.30pm; evening finishes at 9.30pm.
Where: Redland Church Hall, Redland Green Rd, Bristol BS6 7HE; nearest train Redland Station; nearest bus no. 9; free parking on nearby roads.

 

Science, Faith and Society – A Christian Perspective


Christians in Science Bristol is informally affiliated to Christians in Science UK (www.cis.org.uk). Christians in Science is an international network of scientists, teachers and all those interested in the dialogue between science and Christian faith. This year the Bristol local group are investigating the multi-faceted relationship between science and society. For recordings and slides of our previous talks please visit www.cis.org.uk/groups/Bristol


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Thu 21 May - Exoplanets, aliens and God – who is out there and what is the real future of humanity?


Prof David Wilkinson 

When: Thursday 21st May 2020, doors open 7pm for tea and homemade cake; formal start 7.30pm; evening finishes at 9.30pm.
Where: Christ Church Clifton, Clifton Down Rd, Bristol BS8 3BN