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Rationality, Faith and Hope. Professor George Ellis.

Join Professor Ellis as we find out if there is a role for spirituality in science.

Professor George Ellis is a leading theoretical cosmologist, author and winner of the 2004 Templeton Prize for his outstanding contributions to the dialogue between theology and science.

The power of rationality, embodied spectacularly in science, underlies our ability to organize and plan, as well as our technological achievements, such as modern roads and the internet. However, rationality must be supplemented by faith and hope both in daily and spiritual aspects of life. The limits of what seems rationally possible are based upon scientific principles; are faith and hope capable of overturning such expectations for the future?


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Date and Time:

24 March 2005 at 6:00 pm


1 hour



Centre for Life
Times Square
Newcastle Upon Tyne
0191 243 8292

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