Is the human brain the most powerful thing on earth? If God made everything, who made God? What is the point of life? Could a robot fall in love? Why doesn’t the Bible mention dinosaurs? Do other animals have religions? What happens when we pray? What’s beyond the universe? Could Jesus get out of a black hole?
If you’ve ever been asked (or wondered about) mind-bending questions like these, then you’ll love this online event celebrating the launch of the newest books from Faraday Kids.
You are warmly invited to join us on Thursday 17 March at 7pm for a special event to celebrate British Science Week and the launch of two new books from The Faraday Institute’s Youth and Schools Programme in association with SPCK and Lion Hudson.
From aliens and the apocalypse to dinosaurs and DNA, each of the exciting books produced by the team at the Faraday Institute is designed to help children and young people engage with their Big Questions about science, faith and more.
We will be hearing from authors/editors Lizzie Henderson and Steph Bryant and some of the contributors to 101 Great Big Questions About God and Science, finding out more about prehistoric life as explored in God Made the Dinosaurs, and receiving feedback from some of our review panel of children, parents, teachers and church children’s workers.
There will also be the opportunity to hear more about The Faraday Institute’s work with children and young people, as well as your chance to buy copies of these new titles and other Faraday Kids books at a very special offer price for a limited time only.
We hope to see you there!