The Russian Orthodox Church outside Russia and Science

by Miriam Asliturk, Project SOW Researcher


A Short History

Science - religion disputes in Bulgarian social media

by Ivaylo NachevProject SOW Researcher 


Science - religion disputes in Bulgarian social media 

(Some thoughts on the importance of a constructive dialogue when worldviews clash)


Science and Orthodoxy: Evidence of absence or absence of evidence?

by Kostas Tampakis, SOW Researcher

First Conference | Abstracts

Modern Science and the Orthodox Tradition. An uneasy relationship?

Abstracts of Papers


Rev. Prof. Doru Costache

Father Dumitru Stăniloae, Contemporary Cosmology, and the Traditional Worldview

Accuracy and the rise of modern science

 by Prof. Efthymios Nicolaidis, Project SOW Director

Claudius Ptolemy, the great Alexandrian astronomer of the 2nd c. A.D., begins his book Mathematical syntax of astronomy, known as Almagest, as follows:

Interview by Efthymios Nicolaidis on Greek state TV


With English subtitles


Athens lecture cycle

Starting from Tuesday, January 10, 2017, 19:00, and every Tuesday of January, the National Hellenic Research Foundation organizes a series of lectures for the public titled "Science & Religion: A complicated relationship". The lecture series is organized within the framework of the project "Science & Orthodoxy around the World", of the Institute of Historical Research.


The Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences       CTNS is an international program dedicated to research, teaching and public service. The central scientific focus of CTNS is on developments in physics, cosmology, evolutionary biology, and genetics, with additional topics in the neurosciences, the environmental sciences, and mathematics. With regard to the theological task, CTNS engages in both Christian and multi-religious reflection. The Christian theological agenda focuses on the various doctrinal loci of systematic theology.

Center of Theological Inquiry   The Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, New Jersey, is an ecumenical institute for interdisciplinary research in the field of religion. James I. McCord founded it in 1978 to cultivate a theological renaissance through dialogue. Our mission is inspired by McCord’s vision and values – dedication to scholarship, openness to new ideas, generosity of spirit, and commitment to fresh thinking

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science    Published since 1966, Zygon is dedicated to the manifold interactions between the sciences and human religious and moral convictions. We seek to consider the whole range of the sciences; cosmology and physics, biology and the neurosciences, sociology, psychology, and anthropology.


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