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The Divine Lawmaker: Nomological Arguments for God’s Existence Dr James Orr Seminar May 12, 2020
The Role of Religion in the Rise of Modern Science Prof. Peter Harrison Course July 1, 2019
Historical Perspectives on Natural Theology Dr Louise Hickman Course July 3, 2018
Resisting Blind Chance and a ‘Senseless’ Cosmos: Historical Perspectives on Science, Ethics and Nature Dr Louise Hickman Seminar February 20, 2018
Stephen Hawking introduces Let Newton Be! March 15, 2017
The mythical conflict: Have science and religion got on better than people think? Dr James Hannam Course July 4, 2016
Historical Perspectives on Natural Theology Dr Louise Hickman Course July 4, 2016
Historical Perspectives in Science and Religion Prof. John Hedley Brooke Course July 4, 2016
The religious origins of modern science Prof. Peter Harrison Course July 6, 2015
Can science and religion get on? Some lessons from history Dr James Hannam Course March 21, 2015
Charles Raven (1885-1964): Professor of Divinity and Promoter of Science Revd Dr Ian Randall Seminar February 17, 2015
Origins in Genesis Prof. John Walton Course July 11, 2014
The Historical Roots of Modern Science Prof. John Hedley Brooke Course July 8, 2014
Biology and Worldviews: From Natural Theology to the Evolutionary Epic Prof. Peter Harrison Lecture September 20, 2013
Truth in Science: Proof and Persuasion from Copernicus to the Galileo Affair Prof Owen Gingerich Course July 9, 2013
Lessons from the Golden Age of Islam & Science Prof. Nidhal Guessoum Course July 8, 2013
Why History Matters: Debunking the ‘Warfare’ View of Science and Religion Prof. Edward B. (“Ted”) Davis Course July 8, 2013
Religion and the Rise of Modern Science Prof. Peter Harrison Course July 8, 2013
Jesus, Darwin and Ashley Montagu Prof. Gregory Radick Seminar June 11, 2013
Take Ten: The Religious Beliefs Of Ten Famous Scientists Prof. Bob White FRS Course March 23, 2013
The Genius of Michael Faraday Sir John Meurig Thomas Seminar November 20, 2012
Intersections between Religion and Science in Early Medieval Ireland Dr Elizabeth Boyle Seminar October 9, 2012
Science vs Religion? The Origins of the Conflict Thesis Prof. John Hedley Brooke Course July 13, 2012
Darwinism, Eugenics and Religion Prof. Edward Larson Course July 13, 2012
The Historical Roots of Scientific Reductionism Dr Allan Chapman Course July 13, 2012
Does the History of Science and Religion change depending on the Narrator? An Atheist’s and Agnostic’s View Prof. Bernard Lightman Course April 1, 2012
Does the History of Science and Religion change depending on the Narrator? A Theist’s View Dr Allan Chapman Course April 1, 2012
Science and the Indian Tradition: When Einstein met Tagore Dr David Gosling Seminar January 24, 2012
Science, Secularism and Enlightenment: The historical origins of a modern mythology Dr Allan Chapman Course July 18, 2011
Science and Religion in Colonial India – A Historical Perspective Dr John Bosco Lourdusamy Seminar May 31, 2011
Lemaitre, the Expanding Universe and the Primeval Atom Prof. Helge Kragh Course April 8, 2011
Lemaitre and Hoyle: Contrasting Characters in Science and Religion Revd Dr Rodney Holder Course April 8, 2011
Lemaitre: Science and Religion Dr George Coyne SJ Course April 8, 2011
Lemaitre and Censorship Prof. David Block Course April 8, 2011
Science and Christianity: An historical sketch Dr James Hannam Course September 15, 2010
Religion and the Rise of Modern Science Prof. Peter Harrison Course July 12, 2010
Darwin and the Other Christian Tradition Prof. Ernan McMullin (deceased) Course July 12, 2010
God’s Philosophers: How the Mediaeval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science Dr James Hannam Course July 12, 2010
A Passion for the Universal: Science, Jews and Others Dr Noah Efron Seminar June 1, 2010
Religious Influences in the Founding of the Royal Society Prof. Peter Harrison Lecture February 4, 2010
Calvin’s Contributions to the Emergence of Modern Science Prof. Alister McGrath Seminar November 17, 2009
Newton, Science and Religion Prof. Robert Iliffe Seminar October 20, 2009
The Role of Religion in the Emergence of Modern Science Prof. Lawrence Principe Course July 14, 2009
Natural Theology: A Historical Perspective Prof. Lawrence Principe Course July 14, 2009
The Reception of Darwinism Prof. John Hedley Brooke Course July 13, 2009
Islam and Science Yesterday Prof. Nidhal Guessoum Course July 13, 2009
Mediaeval Cosmology and the Church Dr Allan Chapman Course July 13, 2009
The Secret History of Victorian Evolution Prof. Jim Secord Seminar May 12, 2009
The Reception of Darwism Prof. Edward Larson Course July 21, 2008
Animal Behaviour and Human Morality in Historical Perspective Prof. Nicolaas Rupke Seminar June 10, 2008
Science and Religion in the Life of Robert Boyle Prof. Edward B. (“Ted”) Davis Seminar April 29, 2008
Should the word ‘Nature’ be eliminated? A Historical Survey Prof. John Hedley Brooke Seminar January 22, 2008
Why do scientific writers sometimes react irrationally when faced with religion? An historical survey from the Reformation to Reductionism Dr Allan Chapman Course November 8, 2007
Evolutionary Theory and Public Spectacle: The Fortunes of Darwinism in the Calvinist Cultures of Victorian Calvinist Edinburgh and Belfast. Prof. David Livingstone OBE FBA Seminar October 16, 2007
Was Galileo Guilty? Prof. Ernan McMullin (deceased) Course July 28, 2007
Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington (1882 – 1944): Relativity and Dogma Dr Jason M Rampelt Course July 28, 2007
Does Religion Block Scientific Advance? Prof. David Cook Course July 23, 2007
Newton and God Dr Michael Hoskin Seminar May 8, 2007
Darwin’s Loss of Faith Dr John van Wyhe Seminar April 24, 2007
The Science and Theology of Natural Disasters Dr John van Wyhe Seminar April 1, 2007
A history of cosmologies and their religious contexts Dr Simon Mitton Seminar January 30, 2007
Historical Interactions Between Science and Religion – Part 2 Prof. John Hedley Brooke Course January 6, 2007
Historical Interactions Between Science and Religion – Part 1 Prof. John Hedley Brooke Course January 5, 2007
William Carey and the Serampore College: Science and Religion in 19th Century India Dr Sujit Sivasundaram Seminar November 28, 2006
Demythologising the Historical ‘Conflict’ between Geology and Genesis Prof. Martin Rudwick Seminar November 14, 2006
The Mediaeval Church Encounters the Classical Tradition: St Augustine and Roger Bacon Prof. David Lindberg Course July 24, 2006
The Florentine Heretic? Galileo, the Church, and the Cosmos Prof. David Lindberg Course July 24, 2006
The Religious Origins of Modern Science Prof. Peter Harrison Course July 24, 2006
The Role of the Bible in the Emergence of Modern Science Prof. Peter Harrison Course July 24, 2006
The Historical Background to the Science-Religion Debate Dr Denis Alexander Course July 20, 2006
The Bible, the Creation and the Inner Light: Tensions within Quaker Science Prof. Geoffrey Cantor Seminar May 16, 2006
Myths and Truths in Science and Religion: A Historical Perspective Prof. Ronald Numbers Lecture May 11, 2006
Historical Interactions Between Science and Religion: Part 2 Prof. Colin Russell (deceased) FRSC Course April 8, 2006
Historical Interactions Between Science and Religion: Part 1 Prof. Colin Russell (deceased) FRSC Course April 7, 2006
Science and Faith in the Life of Michael Faraday Prof. Colin Russell (deceased) FRSC Seminar February 28, 2006
The Bible and the Emergence of Modern Science Prof. Peter Harrison Lecture May 24, 2005