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Alexander Fink

Alexander Fink
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  • Germany
Leader/Speaker Details
Job Title
Director
Organization
Institute for Faith and Science

Alexander Fink is Director of the Institute for Faith and Science (Institut für Glaube und Wissenschaft) in Marburg, Germany (www.iguw.de). He studied physics at the universities of Bayreuth and St. Andrews (UK) and received his PhD at the Institute for Biophysics at the University of Regensburg. After having worked as an industrial product manager, he became director of SMD graduates' ministry (Akademiker-SMD, the German branch of IFES) until 2014. His passion is the dialogue of science, faith, and worldviews, and has given apologetic lectures in Germany and other European countries. Since 2008 he has been a member of the ELF Steering Committee and has co-led the Scientists Network. He is editor of the "Begründet-glauben-Podcast" (www.begruendet-glauben.org) and has produced two documentary movies "Fascinating universe" and "More than my brain" which have been recommended by a German federal media centre for use in public schools. Together with his wife, Alexander enjoys raising his two children, leading a house group in his local church in which he regularly leads services and preaches. He also is the coach of a youth soccer team.

Upcoming Sessions

Title Date Type
Year-Round Mentoring for Scientists 2021-2022 - YRM Pre-Forum Conference
Year-Round Mentoring for Scientists 2021-2022 - YRM Pre-Forum Conference
Year-Round Mentoring for Scientists 2022-2023 - YRM Pre-Forum Seminar
Taking Care of Creation and Healing Environmental Wounds - 2022 Scientists Network
Am I More than My Brain? Neuroscience and Christian Faith - 2022 Academic Network
Environmental Restoration in the Media: How and What We Communicate About the Environment Matters - 2022 Media Communicators Network, 2022 Scientists Network
Am I More than My Brain? Neuroscience and Christian Faith - Workshop
The Earth’s Climate and the Bible - 2022 Scientists Network
How to Use Climate Change in Apologetics - 2022 Scientists Network