Welcome to Forming A Christian Mind
(Re-)Connecting the Christian Faith and Scholarship:
Plenary talks by:
Two Adams: the relationship between Christ’s work and our academic work
The Bible and Other Texts: the character of Scripture and its role for our scholarship
Christian Scholarship: contributing to our field in light of the gospel
Christ our Hope: drawing on our academic expertise to point people to Christ
Friday 26th February (7.00pm-9.15pm)
Saturday 27th February (9.30am-1.00pm)
For more information about the 2020-2021 conference theme and the February event, see here.
Forming a Christian Mind (FACM) organises conferences in Cambridge for Christian postgraduate and post-doctoral researchers from across the UK and Europe.
Our conferences aim to help students study excellently with a Christian ethos and worldview, and to use what they study for cultural apologetics and mission.
Over the past few years, we have invited speakers such as Prof John Lennox, Rev Dr Craig Bartholomew, Dr Os Guinness, Rev Dr Chris Wright, Dr Rhoda Hawkins, Dr Anna Nickerson, Prof John Coffey, Prof Julian Rivers, Prof Russell Cowburn, Dr Daniel Hill, Dr Mike Ovey, Prof Glynn Harrison, Prof John Wyatt, and others.
Our events are primarily for postgraduates, post-docs and junior academics; however anyone who is pursuing an academic career in other ways is welcome.
See below for the recording of Dr David McIlroy’s talk ‘Narratives of Modernity and the Christian Story’. See our Videos page for more resources.