Science or Religion or Both?

‘Does the Big Bang Theory rule out Creation?’ ‘Why does life exist?’ ‘Can a scientist believe in miracles?’ On this site, these questions and more are answered by some top scientists. See what you think about what they say.

 

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FREE POSTERS

Dear Teacher, we provide FREE posters for your classroom – see them here.

For bookings for free events for students and to request posters, please email:  lasar@reading.ac.uk

 
 

FREE EVENTS FOR SCHOOLS

kids-genomePrimary Events

The next event will be Wednesday 10th June 2015 with workshops on Evolution, The Big Bang Theory, Science and Religion and more.  More details at Primary Events

 

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A free day of workshops for Year 9-13  exploring questions that bridge science and religion on Wednesday 24th June 2015. More details at Secondary Events

 

kids-smallEvolution in Primary

Webpages and session plans for Year 6 on evolution – here.

 

CPD and Masters level

CPD days are held at the University of Reading and include how to run effective discussions on ‘hot topics’ details here

 

Huge extra Suite of Resources

The SRSP (Science and Religion in Schools Project) resources are available here.

 

Newsletter

The LASAR newsletter is sent out once a term. To join the newsletter group, please email LASAR@reading.ac.uk

TASTERS

Not sure where to start? Here are some suggestions:

Can a Scientist Believe in Miracles?

Scientist, Professor Colin Humphreys explains – here

 

A brief history of life on Earth:

lizzie4 Join Lizzie to whiz through a few million years in a few moments! See the video here

 

Time travel, black holes and more!

Discover whether a time machine could be yours soon.

 

Why do Natural Disasters Happen?

Professor Bob White, a Christian and Volcanologist responds to the question: Why do Natural Disasters Happen?

 

A high speed tour

‘Our Favourite Bits’ has a high-speed tour of the science-religion debate.

 

How fast are your reactions?

Play Pancake Shoot and test the speed of your reactions.


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