‘Faith, Technology and Tomorrow’ was a project based at SML Poole which ran from March to November 2017. Led by Justin Tomkins and Josh Naylor, the project grew out of SML’s location next to Poole hospital and two GP surgeries.
The project drew upon professional experience in science, medicine and technology in order to explore the realities of our technological context. Eight events were held and provided opportunities to explore how Christian faith might illuminate questions of medicine and the environment in tomorrow’s technological context.
‘Faith, Technology and Tomorrow’ was funded by ‘Scientists in Congregations’, as part of ‘Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science’.