Science, Faith & Fairness

Dilwar Hussain is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Trust, peace and Social Relations and the Chair of New Horizons in British Islam. Here in a post first published in ‘Science: Not Just for Scientists’ Dilwar explores the relationship between science, Islam and ideas about fairness and equality. He begins with a question – ‘How do we square religious belief with modern notions of equality and fairness? And what on earth does this have to do with science?’

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Why Universities Need To Become More ‘Faith-Friendly’

In this post, which was previously published in the magazine ‘Christian Today’. Kristin Aune argues the universities in the 21st century need to become more ‘faith friendly’ as part of their commitment to diversity and equality….’Universities have undergone a secular transformation. From being places of religious learning for elite men in the 11th to 13th centuries, they began to discard their religious roots as the Age of Enlightenment dawned…..’

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