Our research team is looking for people who identify as Christian to take part in a focus group on the theme of Christianity, science and evolution on the 15th September in Euston, central London, at 6.30pm.
Science and Religion: Exploring the Spectrum is a major international research project based at Newman University and York University, Toronto, which is examining the views of the British and Canadian public on the relationship between science and faith.
We want to hear the views of Christians on a range of themes, including how they understand science and belief, coverage of science and of religion in the media, and prejudices and misunderstandings relating to their beliefs.
Each participant will be paid £20 as a token of thanks for taking part. We will also be providing complimentary food and refreshments.
We only have 10 places, so if you are interested in taking part please email Stephen Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can. You are also welcome to email Stephen with any questions about the research.
If you would like to learn more about our research you can visit the Science and Religion: Exploring the Spectrum website here.