COSAC 2020 A Hopeful Future? Christians, Creation and the AI World
Event Date & Time: July 10 - July 12
Cost: $19 – 129
12th ISCAST Conference on Science and Christianity | 10–12 July 2020
Faith – Climate Change – Anxiety – Ethics – Posthumanism – Hope – Energy – Gene Editing – Artificial Intelligence Sustainability – Love
Planet Earth and its inhabitants face a paradoxical future. Increasing threats to the creation sit alongside the extraordinary possibilities that science and technology offer: species extinction and climate change alongside gene editing and dreams of humanity 2.0. In the face of anxiety and bewilderment, Jesus Christ offers hope.
What does it mean to be a Christian in the 21st century? What does it mean to be faithful to Christ in a time of “eco-anxiety” when patterns of consumption seem unsustainable and damaging to the creation? What does it mean to be a Christian in a time when many people look forward optimistically to “the singularity” and the transhuman possibilities of overcoming the limitations of the human body? What does it mean to live in a time of climate change and CRISPR, of animal extinction and AI?
Under the overall theme of “A Hopeful Future?” this important Australian conference will take up these urgent global challenges. How do we think and live faithfully in such a world, and what sort of hope does Christian theology offer?
We hope you will join us at COSAC 2020!
For more information visit https://iscastcosac.org/
To register visit https://iscast.wildapricot.org/event-3791677