Science and Religion: Faith in the Questions – Drama and Discussion Ely Cathedral Monday 5th February, 7.30pm

Compared with the centuries long hand-in-hand relationship between religious faith and scientific enquiry, recent debate has, for many people, become mistrustful and sharply adversarial. Which side is God on? Or is this the wrong question to ask? One of any number of good and provocative questions thrown out by Faith in the Questions, a combination of theatre and scientific discussion by the nationally recognised ‘Riding Lights Theatre Company’. This event is FREE and sponsored by the Church of England’s Scientists in Congregations Award. Tickets available from the Cathedral Box Office or please just turn up.


Faith in the Questions comes to Ely Cathedral on Monday 5th February 2018 at 7:30pm, with this new one-act play by Nigel Forde, followed by conversation with leading scientists (and me in the chair for Q&As). Free Admission

A respected scientist and a Christian, Job’s work is wrestling with the unpredictable as well as predictable structure of the universe. Is God really in control?

When his personal world is shaken to the core, how can Job re-assemble the pieces of the puzzle – professionally and spiritually? 

Come and raise your questions…