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S2 Episode 2: Science, (Con)spirituality and COVID-19 with Dr Anna Halafoff
New-age spirituality, wellness and alternative health practices have been cast in a new light as the…
Seminarians, Popes and Evolution: A View from Brazil
By Marcio Antonio Campos Pope Francis addressing an audience at the Galeão Air Force Base, Brazil 2013. Tania Rego/ABr, CC BY 3.0 BR, via Wikimedia Commons Are seminarians who know what popes have said on evolution more likely to make peace with Darwin? When Pope Francis said in 2014 that God was not “a magician, complete with an all powerful magic wand”, parts of the press went mad, as if the Catholic Church had finally made peace with the Big Bang and the theory of evolution.
S2 Episode 1 – Fingerprinting Ghosts: Science, Technology & the Occult with The Media of Mediumship Project Team
The Media of Mediumship project is running jointly at the University of Stirling and the Science Mus…
Annual Conference 2021: STEMM and Belief in Diverse Contexts: Publics, Praxis, Policy and Pluralism
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