Independent presentations on subjects that matter
The Uniqueness of Man:
In this powerful presentation, Stuart Burgess, Professor of engineering design at the University of Bristol, describes some of the many unique design features of man, including arched feet, facial expressions, skillful hands, fine skin, intricate language, and an amazingly powerful brain.
Each feature shows that we have not evolved from an ape-like animal but have been specifically created, and each feature shows that we are equipped for far more than survival.
Molecular Machines in the Natural World:
All life is made up of cells. Inside these cells are tiny, submicroscopic, molecular machines that function to sustain life. How do these biological machines work? And do they support the worldview that life is the result of undirected, random chance mutational events, or are they an indication of purposeful design? This fascinating subject is brought to us by Andrew Saywell from the Truth in Science organisation.
There will also be an opportunity to discuss these topics in more depth with the presenters, and to ask questions n a smaller group setting.