Tag: science-religion

To See or Not to See?

The Emmanuel Centre for the Study of Science Religion and Society runs an annual seminar program discussing issues arising from the academy.  Our first seminar for 2016 was presented by Scott Stephens, Editor of ABC Online’s Religion and Ethics website. Entitled “To See or Not to See:  Recovering […]

The Multiverse, Science and Theology

The CSSRS invited UQ’s Professor of Physics Ross McKenzie to interview Professor Robert Mann about his upcoming seminar “Puzzled by Particularity”. In the interview, Robert explains what is meant by a multiverse and lays bare the historical context and motivation for this theory’s development. Since this theory cannot […]

“Puzzled by Particularity” – 29 May

The CSSRS invites you to a seminar by Professor Robert Mann “Puzzled by Particularity” on Friday 29 May 2015, 12-2pm. A light lunch will be served prior to the seminar. It is now clear that our cosmos is riddled with a considerable degree of particularity. In responding to this, a […]