Uncharted waters: Christian ethics in a rapidly changing world
Thursday September 28, 2023
ISCAST and NZCIS are delighted to announce the next series of Conversations: “Uncharted Waters: Christian
Ethics in a Rapidly Changing World.” Join us for 10 weekly online Conversations, diving head first into some of the
most challenging ethical issues of our time.
Common ethical thinking has been shaped significantly by Christianity over many centuries. The idea that humans are made in the “image of God” with inherent dignity and worth is central to Christians. But what does this mean in practice? The answer is never simple.
As science and technology progresses, our society is increasingly faced with previously unimaginable ethical
challenges, including questions within medicine, euthanasia, gender, genetic engineering, environmental stewardship, transhumanism, and the current AI boom.
Come and be a part of what will be a fascinating series of talks from leading Christian voices on these topics. Ten talks with Q &A will be held between 28 September and 30 November.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of our land, paying our respect to their Elders past and present. In his wisdom and love, our Heavenly Father gave the land on which ethicentre is based to the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. On this land, they met for generations before the coming of British settlers. As we now live together on these lands, we pray that God would unite us all in a knowledge of his Son, Jesus Christ, in whom and for whom all things were created.