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Faraday course on science and religion

The participants in the course at Mount St Joseph spirituality centre, Mosta.

The participants in the course at Mount St Joseph spirituality centre, Mosta.

The University of Malta and the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, from Cambridge, UK, recently held its first Faraday course in Malta on the theme ‘Science and religion – two views or two realities?’.

During the course, held at Mount St Joseph spirituality centre, Mosta, the participants discussed various themes, including ‘Science and religion: clash of worldviews’, ‘Religion, religious practices in Neolithic Malta’, ‘Cosmology and faith’, ‘Faith and reason: the case of the Bible and archaeology’, ‘The genome of man: shaped by the past and editing for the future’, ‘The environmental crisis: ecological, environmentalist and religious convergences and divergences’, ‘The mythical conflict: have science and religion got on better than people think?’, ‘Science and miracles’, ‘I God’, and ‘The Church breathing with two lungs on Homo Technologicus’.

This is the first of a series of events planned by the Faraday Course Malta Organising Committee. To contact the committee, e-mail faradaycoursemalta@gmail.com.

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