SCIENCE AND FAITH: A Comfortable Co-existence
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Griffith University Conservatorium Theatre

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Griffith University Conservatorium Theatre

Location

140 Grey Street, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Cost

Adult: $35 Concession: $30 Students $30
Rachael Kohn
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Rachael Kohn

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Rachael Kohn

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AC Grayling
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AC Grayling

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AC Grayling

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Zuleyha Keskin
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Zuleyha Keskin

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Zuleyha Keskin

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Thomas Aechtner
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Thomas Aechtner

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Thomas Aechtner

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Ken Freeman
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Ken Freeman

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Ken Freeman

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Peter Bruza
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Peter Bruza

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Peter Bruza

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Summary

Scientific discovery and spiritual faith have one unassailable commonality – they both strive to frame the natural structure of the cosmos.

Could recent cosmological discoveries about the birth of our universe – gravitational waves, Higgs boson, the Big Bang – finally provide the order and ‘truth’ sought by scientists and spiritual leaders alike?

Our panel of experts explores how, in this technological age, the philosophies and practices of diverse religious faiths co-exist with the highly empirical and concrete world of science.

Griffith University Conservatorium Theatre

140 Grey Street, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia