ELLESMERE Port Catholic High hosted a conference on science and religion for A-Level students.
A total of 150 students listened to two speakers who are nationally known academics in the subject.
Speaking on behalf of the theistic view was eminent scientist Dr Denis Alexander, who is director of the Faraday Institute in Cambridge.
And talking on the side of the atheistic view was Dr Stephen Law, an author of numerous philosophy books and a lecturer at Heythrop College in London.
The Conference was chaired by Martin Rogers OBE, director of the Science and Religion in Schools Project.
It was open Year 12 students from other schools, and they included Chester Catholic High, St.Chad’s in Runcorn and All Saints in Manchester.
They all took part in a lively debate concerning the existence of God, Creationism, science’s relationship with religion and the problem of evil.