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Conference: Darwin Reconsidered

Regent’s Park College
Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture
Darwin reconsidered: marking the 150th anniversary of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection

The following lectures will be given at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays in Regent’s Park College, Pusey Street, best price for generic cialis Oxford. The lectures are open to the public. [PDF of conference poster]

PROFESSOR STEPHEN FULLER, Warwick
20 Jan.: ‘Darwin’s original sin: the rejection of theology’s claims to knowledge.’

PROFESSOR JOHN HEDLEY BROOKE, Durham
27 Jan.: ‘Darwin on nature and God.’

DR THOMAS order tramadol next day shipping DIXON, Queen Mary, London
3 Feb.: ‘Darwin and ethics: morals from history.’

PROFESSOR CELIA DEANE-DRUMMOND, Chester
10 Feb.: ‘Beyond separation or synthesis: Christ and evolution as theodrama.’

DR JUSTIN BARRETT
17 Feb.: ‘From Homo erectus to Homo religiosus: cognitive evolution and religion.’

PROFESSOR JOHN LENNOX
24 Feb.: ‘Darwin and secularism.’

DR CONOR CUNNINGHAM, Nottingham
3 Mar.: ‘Darwin contra Darwinism: the anti-evolutionary thinking of some recent Darwinists.’

DR JOHN WEAVER, President, Baptist Union of Great Britain
10 Mar.: ‘The challenge of evolutionary theory for the twenty-first century Church.’

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