Latest Issue Contributors
M Basil Altaie
is Professor of Physics and Cosmology at Yarmouk University, Jordan. He obtained his PhD from the University of Manchester in 1978 and has published widely on Islam and science.
Nature at Work: an Islamic perspective Summer 2018
was Principal of the Church of Ireland Theological College (1989 – 2001) and previously Associate Professor of Biblical Studies in Trinity College Dublin. He is a Member of the Royal Irish Academy and has been widely published.
In Retrospect: Hugh Frederic Woodhouse Summer 2018
is a Teaching Fellow at New College, University of Edinburgh., Chair of the Science and Religion Forum and Vice-President for Publications of the European Society for the Study of Science and Theology. He is a noted writer on the interaction between science and religion.
Science and Religion: towards a fresh engagement Summer 2018
is curate at Bangor Abbey.
Living words for the Lab and the Church - seeking metaphors that connect Summer 2018
is Dean of Leighlin and director of Adult Education and Continuing Ministry Education for the diocese of Cashel and Ossory.
Liturgica 2: Gathering for Worship – the opening Gambit Summer 2018
is rector of Killiney Ballybrack, theological advisor to the Archbishop of Dublin, and chaplain to the Church of Ireland Theological Institute.
Christian apologetics and the challenge of science Summer 2018
is Dungannon and Beresford Assistant Professor in Theology at Trinity College, Dublin.
Creation: an invitation to share God’s love Summer 2018
a priest of the Church of England, is Director of the Guild of Health and St Raphael, an ecumenical charity working in the healing ministry of the Church.
Science, religion and healing cancer Summer 2018
was until recently Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford University. He is a Church of England priest, a Fellow of The British Academy, and a leading writer in the area of the philosophy of religion and its relation to science.
Aspects of Science and Faith Summer 2018