• Graeme Clark Research Institute Resource Page

    The Graeme Clark Research Institute is sponsored by Tabor College of Higher Education in order to promote informed discussion of significant issues amongst the academy, the church, and the general public. In particular, the GCRI seeks to contribute in the areas of Creation Care, Faith-Science Dialogue, and Neuroscience.

  • Is Creation Care part of the Mission of the Church?

    A GCRI Public Lecture

    22 February 2017

    with Dr Mick Pope and Dr Graham Buxton (starts at 49 minute mark)

    The GCRI is pleased to celebrate the SA launch of an international publication exploring Creation Care and the Gospel: Reconsidering the Mission of the Church (Lausanne Library, 2016) with a public lecture (40 mins) from one of the contributing scientists, Dr Mick Pope, and with a response to the book (10 mins) by our own Senior Research Fellow, Dr Graham Buxton. This book launch is offered in partnership with A Rocha.


    Dr Pope's PowerPoint presentation: link here

    • What neuroscience says about who I am. (25/2/17)

      A GCRI Public Lecture

      25 February 2017

      with Assoc. Prof. Alan Gijsbers

      Neuroscience is giving us the tools to better understand how our brains function. As a result many of the great philosophical and theological questions are being re-examined, among them the most basic question of all - "who am I? am I more than just a computer made of meat?" 

      Assoc. Prof. Alan Gijsbers, who is a specialist physician in Addiction Medicine and a Christian theologian, will share with us in this free public lecture his explorations on the nature of the self in light of the developing field of neuroscience. There will be a time for questions and discussion following this lecture. This lecture is jointly sponsored by the GCRI and ISCAST

      A/Prof Alan Gijsbers powerpoint presentation: link here