Chris Mulherin has completed Bachelor degrees in engineering, philosophy and theology, and he is currently completing a PhD at the University of Divinity (CTC). Chris tutors and lectures in climate change, history of science, philosophy, and theology in various Melbourne universities. His research interests include the nature of science and the relationship between science and religion. His doctorate is on 'fiduciary hermeneutic fallibilism' relating scientific and theological ways of knowing. Chris is an Anglican minister and lived with his family in Argentina for 13 years, where he served as University Chaplain. He is a fellow of the Institute for the Study of Christianity in an Age of Science and Technology (ISCAST), which is dedicated to exploring the interface between science and Christianity. Its membership consists of scientists, theologians and professionals with standing in their own fields and a commitment to the Christian faith.