To what extent can science and religion coexist?
Monday 30 January 2023, 5:30-7:00 pm, Lincoln College Oakeshott Room
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Rev Dr Andrew Shamel is the Chaplain and Student Welfare Coordinator of Lincoln College. Andy studied English Literature at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, before training for ordination in the Episcopal Church at Church Divinity School of the Pacific and the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. Before coming to Oxford, he served as the Episcopal Chaplain to Stanford, where he collaborated with Christian, Jewish, Hindu, and secular humanist groups to support students, faculty, and staff.
Daniel Antoniou is a first-year DPhil student in Physics, working with Quantum magnetism and quantum phase transitions. He has always had an active interest in theology/religion and its interface with the scientific domain.
Marston Bailey is a third-year DPhil student in Science and Religion, researching bioinformatics and theologically-informed ethics concerning human genetic modification. Marston is on the St. Aldates’ Race, Faith, and Justice Committee and is in the formal discernment process for ordination in the Church of England.
This panel will be chaired by Damien Berube, a DPhil candidate in Global and Imperial History.