God and the Book of Nature in the 21st Century
Theology Faculty Main Lecture Room, Gibson Building, Oxford
Wednesday 11th March, 5:00PM (GMT) - 6:30PM (GMT)
"God and the Book of Nature in the 21st Century"
Oxford, 11 March 2020
With generous support from the Issachar Fund
In collaboration with the Laudato Si' Research Institute, the Ian Ramsey Centre is pleased to announce a Public Workshop on new research initiatives on the theme of God and the Book of Nature. The workshop will be held in the Main Lecture Room, Faculty of Theology and Religion, Gibson Building, Oxford, starting 5pm on Wednesday 11 March.
This workshop will also help prepare for the 2020 IRC summer conference on natural theology in the 21st century.
This workshop is free and open to the public; no registration is needed.
For enquires and further information, please contact:
Speakers and themes:
Megan Loumagne (Nottingham):
“Sexual Selection, Beauty, and a Theology of Nature.”
Fred Simmons (Boston):
“Protestant Theology, Uniformitarianism, and What the Natural Sciences Can and Cannot Disclose of the Divine Economy”
Bethany Sollereder (Oxford):
“Ecological Restoration: A Science in Need of a Theology?”