Second International Conference of Project SOW

Workshop: Modernity and the Science-Orthodox Christianity Dialog

February 8, 2018
National Hellenic Research Foundation | Athens, Greece

Within the wider scope of the science-religion relationship, the concept of Modernity still remains a complex and controversial issue approached in a double perspective; in the revolutions in science, philosophy, society and politics ensuing a profound transformation of all aspects of human life and cultural paradigms across Europe and beyond, but also as a result of an eclipse of tradition, religion, transcendence and authority related to the growing industrialization, urbanization and secularization of the Western world.
The Workshop aims to bring to light focal points in the contemporary discourse between Orthodox Christianity and modernity in their intersection with science, and to examine certain key questions, such as: has the highly ambiguous and complicate relationship between Orthodox Christianity and modernity influenced the former’s current perception of science? Could the only partial integration of modernity into Orthodoxy allow the latter to develop new, fruitful ideas in and about science in our post-modern world?

First International Congress of Orthodox Scientists, Belgrade

Dates: 23–27th October, 2017

Venue: Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment, Belgrade

Belgrade was the host of the First International Congress of Orthodox Scientists, which hosted The First International Scientific Conference of Orthodox Scientists in Serbia and The Sixth International Conference of the Orthodox Scientists Association.

What can Theology offer to the exact sciences?

Workshop co-organised by Project SOW and the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

Volos, Greece, November 25, 2017

The website of the Interdisciplinary Encyclopedia of Religion and Science is edited by the Advanced School for Interdisciplinary Research (ADSIR), operating at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome, and directed by Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti.

Plato and Hipparchus have read the Bible: Early Christian Appropriations of Ancient Greek Cosmology

Plato and Hipparchus have read the Bible: Early Christian Appropriations of Ancient Greek Cosmology

Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus

13/03/2018 (17:30-19:00)

This event is open to all and free to attend. No booking is required.

Project SOW Symposium @ the 25th International Congress of History of Science and Technology - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

090. Science and Orthodox Christianity around the World

Tuesday, 25 July 2017 



Session 1

Богословие и светские науки: традиционные и новые взаимосвязи



приглашают на XVI Международную научно-богословскую конференцию

«Богословие и светские науки: традиционные и новые взаимосвязи»

The Moscow SOW lecture on nation-wide Russian TV channel

Call For Papers - Technology, Religion and Cultural Identity

An Exploration from Comparative Multi-Polar Perspective

Proposed Venue: University of Madras
Proposed Dates: 13 & 14 December 2017

The University of Belgrade (Seminar for Social Sciences – Faculty of Philology) and the University of Madras (School of Philosophy and Religious Thought) are proposing to jointly organize a conference on the topic: “Technology, Religion and Cultural Identity – An Exploration from Multi-Polar Perspective.” 


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