Canadian in an International Context

The CSCA was founded in 1973 specifically to address and express some of the unique challenges and insights of science and Christian faith in the Canadian context. While distinctively Canadian with members from coast to coast, the CSCA appreciates that it is part of an international movement exploring these questions. In particular, it shares resources and service with the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) such as the academic peer-reviewed journal Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith.

The CSCA also values the contributions of Christians in Science (CiS) in the United Kingdom as well as the Institute for the Study of Christianity in an Age of Science and Technology (ISCAST) in Australia.

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