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God and the Big Bang Project.

God and the Big Bang Project.

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From the biochemistry of bacterial cells to the astrophysical study of black holes, from animal behaviour to artificial intelligence, science is an awe-inspiring subject with important implications for understanding our place in the universe. The God and the Big Bang Project wants to encourage everyone to get excited about tackling the all-important questions about life, the universe and everything, giving people the resources and experiences they need in order to get thinking!

The majority of our work is with Year 6 – 13 (10-18 year olds), offering exciting off-curriculum days where students have the opportunity to discover, discuss and debate the compatibility of science and Christian faith. We aim to equip young people with the all-important tools they need in order to form their own opinions and engage in rational, exciting, well-reasoned and thought-provoking discussion about the place for science in God’s world.

The project also offers training days and evenings for primary and secondary school teachers to explore these topics for themselves. Each event is carefully tailored to the subject-area or year-group/ key-stage focus of teachers, and can be hosted by a local school or Cathedral. Check out or get in touch at to find out more.





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