In Memoriam . . . 🕯️
Professor Tom Mcleish, FRS, the Inaugural Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Department of Physics at the University of York, was scheduled to deliver the Inaugural Lecture for the International Interfaith Reading Group on Science and Region in Interfaith Contexts, on September 20, 2022. Sadly, he couldn’t make it.
Professor Tom McLeaish, FRS, was a a long-standing and respected member of Christians in Science. We would like to share a heartfelt tribute of his colleagues, those who continue to uphold Tom’s ideals and principles at the Oxford Interfaith Forum. Tribute by the Executive Committee of Christians in Science is available at this link.
May his memory be for a blessing . . .
Topic: Science and Religion: An Interfaith Invitation for Fresh Narratives.
Speaker: Professor Tom McLeish, FRS, the Inaugural Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Department of Physics at the University of York; Canon Scientist at St Albans Cathedral, UK.
Chair: Rabbi Professor Abraham Skorka, Rector Emeritus of the Seminario Rabínico Latino Americano in Buenos Aires, Honorary Professor of Hebrew Law at the Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, and Visiting Professor at the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. Argentina.
Date: 20 September, 2022
Time: 18:00-19:00 BST | 19:00-20:00 CEST | 10:00-11:00 PST | 12:00-13:00 CST | 13:00-14:00 EST
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