2023 Science & Religion Summer School


Orthodox Christianity and the Cosmic Setting of Human Experience

Including the Discussion of a Recent Article on David Bohm's Cosmology

SOW All-Thematic Conference 2023

Book Review: Orthodoxy & Artificial Intelligence

Review of: Orthodoxy and Artificial Intelligence: Dictionary of Technology and a Double Logos, A Contribution to the Dialogue of Science and Religion. Eds. Aleksandar Petrovic and Aleksandra Stevanovic, National Hellenic Research Foundation, 2019,  ISBN 978-960-9538-82-4, pp. 168.

Review by Antoine MelkiUniversity of Balamand

History of Science & Orthodoxy Relationship Workshop

The SOW Workshop “History of The Relations Between The Natural Sciences And Orthodox Christianity” took place on Tuesday, the 21st, and Wednesday, the 22nd of June, 2022. There were twelve participants, whose contributions were spread over two days. The first day of the workshop commenced at 10.00, with the two co-chairs of the workshop, Ronald Numbers and Kostas Tampakis, describing the current status of the project, the goals of the co-chairs for the future, and the next steps forward.

Orthodox Anthropology and Transhumanism

by Niki HASAPI, MTh / Postgraduate Student in Science Communication, Hellenic Open University


Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology Journal

To celebrate the relaunch of its journal Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology, ISCAST (Australia) will award three prizes of AUD 500 each for the best articles published in 2022 under the following categories:

Efthymios Nicolaidis "interrogated"

Η ομάδα "Κοσμολογία και Θεολογία,  Επιστήμη και Θρησκεία"  «ανακρίνει» τον Ευθύμιο Νικολαΐδη για το βιβλίο του Science and Eastern Orthodoxy. From the Greek Fathers to the Age of Globalization (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011)

The group "Cosmology and Theology, Science and Religion" "interrogate" Efthymios Nikolaidis on his book Science and Eastern Orthodoxy. From the Greek Fathers to the Age of Globalization (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011) (in Greek)


2022 Science & Religion Summer School

AIOCS Conversations: Efthymios Nicolaidis

A conversation between SOW Director Efthymios Nicolaidis, and Rev. Doru Costache, Director of the Australian Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (AIOCS). The discussion focused on Efthymios' career, from his training as a physical scientist (astronomy) to his research in the history of science and then in the history of faith and science in the Orthodox tradition.




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