Tom Ingleby (above, left of centre) reflects on the workshops he attended at Church Scientific in Leeds
I'm pleased to announce that the Church Scientific project, which began in Leeds in 2016, is beginning a new phase this month with a series of six workshops about Christian philosophy for scientists. These will improve on the course that was delivered last year - thanks to input from last year's participants and a number of philosophers of science.
Church Scientific is a project exploring the value of Christian perspectives in scientific research.
A new space for students and researchers to grow their scientific thinking is about to appear in Leeds. Church Scientific is a project to nurture scientific thinkers in building a holistic understanding of how our insights about the world originate and develop through imagination, theory-building and experimentation. The project concerns all kinds of pure and applied sciences: not just the “natural” sciences.