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Various sites and pages on Science and Orthodoxy gathered from around the net.

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3rd World Congress of Transdisciplinarity

OCTOBER 26-30, 2020

International Symposium Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems “The Challenges of Technology”

International Symposium Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems “The Challenges of Technology”

Ronald Numbers: There is no inevitable conflict between science and religion

Akindynos’ Role in the Hesychast Controversy | International Workshop

International Workshop
Akindynos’ Role in the Hesychast Controversy
Friday/Saturday, 15th-16th March 2019
UniS, Schanzeneckstrasse 1, CH-3012 Bern, Room B-102

Orthodoxy and its Alternatives in Modern Cosmology

Thu 25 Oct, 2018  5:15pm – 6:15pm

Orthodoxy and its Alternatives in Modern Cosmology

Slobodan Perovic
University of Belgrade

Faculty of Theology Main Lecture Room, Gibson Building, Oxford

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Théologie orthodoxe et science

Colloquium "Orthodox Theology and Science"

October 6, 2018 | Paris, Romanian Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Archangels


 

Organized by the Romanian Orthodox Metropolis of Western Europe

Program:

Science and the Church

Interview of H.E. Nikolaos, Metropolitan of Mesogaia and Lavreotike (in Greek)

Ο Σεβασμιώτατος Μητροπολίτης Μεσογαίας και Λαυρεωτικής Νικόλαος για τη σχέση επιστήμης και Εκκλησίας

Evolution and Science Curriculum Debates in Serbia

Recently in Serbia “a group of interested citizens” with signatures from more than 50 academicians and 100 additional people with postgraduate degrees (including 5 clergyman) released a petition to “revise the curriculum for study of evolution.” This petition was circulated to Serbian universities, as well as to several government bodies responsible for education including Ministry of education, science and technological development. In essence, this petition requested that theory of evolution be taught as “just a theory,” and (more or less) literal reading of Genesis be taught alongside it in science classrooms in Serbia. This problem is not new to Serbia; a similar effort was initiated in 2004 by the former Minister of education, but this was put on hold and thus efforts have been renewed to modify the school science curricula again.

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.

INTERS.org

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.

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