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bob white in new zealand

Cambridge Geophysicist, Professor Robert (Bob) White is coming to New Zealand to take part in 3 events.

The first and second are the same talk both in Wellington and Auckland – a Christian Response to Global Warming (I’m planning on attending the Auckland talk).  For the third event (which I am sad to miss, due to a wedding up north), Robert will take part (with others) in a Symposium entitled: Science and religion in the 21st century: faith in science, science in faith.

Saturday, 14 March 2009, 8.30am-6pm
Theatre 401-439, ‘Neon Foyer’, Engineering School, Symonds Street, The University of Auckland
Please register for the symposium by Wednesday 11 March, with
Cost $20, non-waged people $10 (refreshments and lunch provided)
Parking under Owen G Glenn building, $5 flat rate

I’ve provided the PDF flyer for download by clicking here.

Symposium Programme:

Prof Jeff Tallon FRSNZ
Truth or true? – faith and science rubbing shoulders

Prof Bob White FRS
Natural disasters: acts of God or results of human folly?

Dr Graeme Finlay
The story in our genes

Rev Dr Graham O’Brien
Evolving evolution

Prof Gareth Jones CNZM
Manufacturing humans: the borderlands between human and divine control

Prof John McClure
Psychology and religion: is there a ghost in the machine?

Dr Stephen Garner/Dr Nicola Hoggard-Creegan
The view from theology

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