Monday, July 22, 2019
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Conference explores biblical and scientific evidence for Creation

More than 200 people have been attending this week's South Pacific Division Faith & Science Conference at Avondale College of Higher Education, with a further 80-100 online viewers.

Avondale scientists publish decade-long study of Lake Macquarie fauna

The 10-year inventory of more than 1600 species of beasts, birds and bugs will help others measure the impact of climate change and urbanisation on fauna in Lake Macquarie’s largest catchment.

Faith and science

An invitation to an adventure of faith, science, wonder and discovery.

Avondale celebrates 65 years of science education

Alumni reflect on how science intersects, informs and even enhances their faith.

Saved from dinosaur panic

An Adventist perspective on when, how and why dinosaurs became extinct.

28 Fundamentals: True creationism

Why it's so much more than arguing against evolution. (Fundamental Belief #6)

Geoscience Research Institute film now multilingual

The Institute has released Spanish, French and Portuguese versions of its popular Living Waters film, in the hopes it will be a witnessing tool for Christians worldwide.

Clifford Goldstein talks books, faith and science

The Adventist author discusses his most recent book, Baptizing the Devil, and his continuing work with the Sabbath school quarterly.

Homegrown health researcher’s new title

An academic whose prolific publications and competitive grants have given his infection control research national profile is the first to receive a professorship from Avondale College of Higher Education (NSW).

Metal detectors and miracles

Using science to explain miracles is like using a metal detector to find a plastic container buried on a beach. It doesn't work, and nor is it meant to.
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