Wonders of the Living World

Curiosity, awe, and the meaning of life


Exploring the Wonders of the Living World

When people have the opportunity to explore the latest research and its implications for humankind, the discussion moves very naturally away from the usual debates (which are important, but not the whole story of science and faith), into whole new areas of thinking. When that type of discussion takes off, it is a joy to see people from very different backgrounds, different generations and levels of science experience – from none at all to professors – all contributing exciting and original ideas to the mix.

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Exploring the Big Questions: scientists and theologians share their views

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The Wonderful Thing About Nature

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Introducing: Wonders of the Living World

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Cara Parrett: How did you get involved in the project, what’s your role, and what have you enjoyed so far?

16th March 2021

Cara wanted to work on the Wonders project because it would be…

Ruth Bancewicz: What has been the thinking behind this material?

17th June 2021

Ruth explains the thinking behind this series. Scientists experience awe and wonder…

Wonders of the Living World: Trailer

17th June 2021

The living world is beautiful, intricate, and highly ordered. Organisms flourish across…

Ruth Bancewicz: How do you think science and faith fit together?

26th August 2021

Faith covers all of life, and all other activities fit into that.…

Cara Parrett: How do you think science and faith fit together?

26th August 2021

Science and faith ask different types of questions. Science can feed into…