Faith and Life Sciences

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Upcoming Webinar to Highlight New FLSRG Resources

Getting lost in the constantly changing landscape of bioethics? Looking for accessible teaching materials for use in classroom, church, or small group settings? On Wednesday, October 26, 2022, the Council’s Faith and Life Science Reference Group (FLSRG) will host a live launch of their new resources for churches on biotechnology. >> Register on Eventbrite This …

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Faith and Life Sciences Letter Opposes Proposed New Health Canada Regulations on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) 

On February 25, 2022, the Council’s Faith and Life Sciences Reference Group sent a letter calling on the Government of Canada to ensure transparency and oversight of all genetically engineered foods and seeds.   The letter was sent to the Hon. Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Health, and the Hon. Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and …

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Position Vacancy: Secretary, Faith and Life Sciences Reference Group

We are pleased to announce that the Faith and Life Sciences Reference Group (FLSRG) of The Canadian Council of Churches has an opening for a Secretary, Faith and Life Sciences.  >>See full position description here The Secretary, Faith and Life Sciences works closely with the co-chairs of the Faith and Life Sciences Reference Group and …

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Upcoming Webinar on the Theo-Ethics of Gene Editing

On November 3, 2021 (4-5:30 PM Eastern), the Council’s Faith and Life Sciences Reference Group (FLSRG) will host a webinar entitled “CRISPR-Cas9 and the Theo-Ethics of Gene Editing: A panel-guided ethical and theological dialogue.”  The purpose of this event is to assist participants in thinking theologically and ethically about how gene-editing technology (esp. CRISPR) is …

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