Meet the Scientists!

by St John's

St John’s has an amazing range of people in its congregation from all walks of life, including a number of scientists. As we look at the issue of the compatibility of science and faith, some of those scientists reflect on whether their is a conflict between their work and their faith in God.

Book Review: Science and God – Scott Petty

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The seeming conflict between Christian faith and scientific reasoning can prove a stumbling block for people seeking the truth about the origins of our world. Those with a non-scientific background can feel insufficiently informed to deal with peoples queries in this area.

Simon’s Scrawl – Winter 2016

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‘There’s no use trying’, said Alice ‘one can’t believe impossible things’. ‘I dare say you haven’t had much practice’ said the Queen. ‘When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.’ Lewis Carroll ‘Through the Looking Glass’

Simon’s Scrawl – Spring 2014

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One of the pictures that the New Testament regularly uses for living as a Christian is that of walking: ‘I urge you to walk worthily of the calling you have received’ (Ephesians 4:1) ‘Walk as children of the light’ (Ephesians 5:8) ‘Be very careful, then, how you walk – not as unwise but as wise’ […]

Using ‘Uncover’ from UCCF

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Gareth: Hi Johnny & Alison. We hear you’ve just been using the ‘Uncover’ studies with some friends. Remind us what this ‘Uncover’ stuff is? Uncover is a resource to help us to read the bible with our friends. It comes in two parts, consisting of a bible study and a copy of Luke’s gospel.