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Graeme Clark Research Institute

The Graeme Clark Research Institute (GCRI) is a new initiative that is being established to conduct, facilitate and promote research and development within Tabor Adelaide in the broad context of Christian service to the community.

The mission of the GCRI is to build a community of research scholars working together to foster and engage in activities that stimulate informed understanding and discussion of issues that concern the harmonious relationship between science and faith, and (more broadly) the role of spirituality in family, society, education, culture and politics.

The institute will engage in the following key activities:

  1. Scholarly publication of monographs, peer-reviewed journal articles and occasional papers.
  2. The provision of short courses, conferences, lectures and talks, appealing to both Christian and non-Christian audiences.
  3. The provision of up-to-date, accurate data on science, faith and social affairs for the media and the wider public.
  4. Participation in national and international collaborative research programs.

The GCRI is named after the distinguished Australian scientist and surgeon, Professor Graeme Clark, 2010 recipient of the prestigious Lister Medal and many other national and international honours.


  • Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge University, UK (link)
  • The Centre for Theology and the Natural Sciences, Berkeley, California, USA (link)
  • The Institute for the Study of Christianity in an Age of Science and Technology (ISCAST) (link
  • St John’s College, Durham University, UK (link)

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