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Genesis since Charles Darwin

Keynote lecture to be delivered as part of major conference.

15 July 2009University news

Darwin’s dangerous legacy?

The conflict between science and religion in the classroom is the subject of the latest James Gregory public lecture.

29 April 2009University news

Does God interact with his suffering world?

Leading physicist turned priest to pose challenging question during public lecture in St Andrews.

8 October 2008University news

God’s ‘universal’ appeal

Leading Islamic cosmologist will talk at the University this week.

16 April 2008Research

Has science made religion redundant?

Leading thinker will deliver second James Gregory lecture in St Andrews this week.

26 February 2008University news

I think therefore I am… online

New online initiative for Philosophy teachers to be launched by University.

31 January 2008Research

Can a scientist believe in the resurrection?

Major new lecture series launches at the University tomorrow with a talk by the Bishop of Durham.

19 December 2007University news

At the heart of science and religion

An ambitious new series of lectures sees St Andrews at the heart of debate.

5 December 2007University news

Cardinal O’Brien on Sudan

Cardinal Keith O'Brien will deliver a public lecture on the crisis in Sudan at the University of St Andrews today (Wednesday 10th May 2006). The lecture is this year's Religion and Politics lecture for the University's Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP).

9 May 2006University news

Desmond Tutu supports academic centre

Scholars of religion at the University of St Andrews have received the support of anti- apartheid campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The renowned churchman is to be a patron of the University's Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP).

5 October 2005Research