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Our Common Cosmos: Exploring the Future of Theology, Human Culture, and the Space Sciences

This volume collects an international body of voices, as a timely response to a rapidly advancing field of the natural sciences. The contributors explore how the disciplines of theology, earth and space sciences contribute to the debate on constantly expanding ethical challenges, and the prospect of humanity’s future. The discussions offered in this volume see […]

Now available for pre-order: By Way of Obstacles, by Emanuel Falque

Now available for pre-order from Cascade in the Veritas series: By Way of Obstacles: A Pathway through a Work, by Emmanuel Falque, translated by Sarah Horton, and with a foreword by Cyril O’Regan. Pre-order here. Description: In By Way of Obstacles, Emmanuel Falque revisits the major themes of his work—finitude, the body, and the call for […]

Upcoming Postgraduate Courses by Edith Stein Institute of Philosophy

Two courses organized by the Edith Stein Institute of Philosophy and certified by the Pontifical University of Salamanca: “We are proud to announce that the Pontifical University of Salamanca (UPSA) certifies this postgraduate course offering 5 ECTS (credits) which can be transferred to any European or American university. It is true that we must comply […]

Available now: Outside the Gates, by W. C. Hackett

Now available: Outside the Gates, by W. C. Hackett. Purchase: Amazon | Barnes & Noble Description: The gates of Drancy Internment Camp in the northeast suburbs of Paris served as a holding pen for thousands of Jews during the German occupation of France in World War II. Jean Wahl, philosophy professor, poet, bachelor at the […]

Religions special issue CFP: Literature and Eco-theology

Message from the Guest Editor Dear Colleagues, Systematic and philosophical theologians within the Christian tradition are increasingly having recourse to literary texts with which to do creative theological work, while the religious turn in critical and cultural theory has given new impetus to the interdisciplinary field of literature and theology, with increased attention to the […]

Special Issue of Religions CFP: “Science, Theology and Metaphysics”

Special Issue Information Dear Colleagues, Sergei Bulgakov made the profound point that ‘Science is an answer to a question that precedes it’. Profound as this is, it often goes unnoticed. In so doing, cultural divides are generated, divides that accommodate acrimonious encounter, if there be encounter between disciplines at all. Yet it is not simply […]

Call for papers: Borders and Boundaries in Ancient Israel

Borders and Boundaries in Ancient Israel University of Nottingham 5th-6th June 2018 Abstracts are invited for a two-day interdisciplinary conference on the theme “Borders and Boundaries in Ancient Israel” to be held at the University of Nottingham, 5th-6th of June, 2018. Keynote addresses will be delivered by Prof. Christopher B. Hays (Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, […]

Forthcoming Events at the Blackfriars Aquinas Institute 2017

Aquinas Lecture, 2 March Our annual Aquinas Lecture will be delivered at 5.00pm on Thursday 2 March, by Prof Candace Vogler of Chicago. She has announced the title, which is: “The Intellectual Animal”. There will be the usual short wine reception afterwards. You are all most welcome; if you plan to come it would be […]

The Beacon Project

See below for information on The Beacon Project: From Angela Knobel: The “Beacon Project” is an interdisciplinary project funded by a 3.9 million dollar grant from the Templeton World Charity foundation.  Our project hypothesizes that that a full understanding of morality and virtue can be achieved only by examining the morally excellent.  As part of […]

Dr. John Hughes

Recent statistics indicate that over 3.5 million people is the UK use e-cigarettes or vapes. This is an increase of 500% since 2012. The use of vapes and e-cigarettes are cheaper than traditional cigarettes and vaping is widely considered to be significantly less harmful than smoking cigarettes. Over the past 5 years, CBD has also […]

Book Discussion: Ordering Love

Pontifical John Paul II Institute For Studies on Marriage and Family at the Catholic University of America January 24, 2014 You are cordially invited to a book discussion of David L. Schindler’s most recent publication, Ordering Love: Liberal Societies and the Memory of God, on Monday, February 10, at 4 p.m., in Keane Auditorium (McGivney Hall).  […]

Conor Cunningham lectures on ‘Darwin’s Pious Idea’ at the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science & Religion

Conor Cunningham delivered a lecture on ‘Darwin’s Pious Idea’ at the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion in November. The lecture was recorded and may be viewed here: Link. [Note: You will need the latest version of Adobe Flash Player to watch this webcast.] The Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion conducts research […]

Citizen Ethics in a Time of Crisis

Amongst many others, John Milbank and Rowan Williams appear as contributors in Citizen Ethics in a Time of Crisis. Please click here to read the full text.

Biannual CoTP Conference: What is Life? conference in Kraków

This year, the Centre of Theology and Philosophy, in partership with JPII University and the Copericus Foundaton, will be hosting its fourth biannual conference in Kraków, Poland, and it is entitled: ‘What is Life? Theology, Science, and Philosophy’ Dates to be announced, and Call for Papers forthcoming…

Department of Theology and Religious Studies Seminar Schedule

University of Nottingham Department of Theology and Religious Studies Seminar Programme 2009-10 SEMESTER 2 ALL SEMINARS AT 4.00 PM Refreshments will be available from 3.30pm All attending are invited to join us for drinks in the University Staff Club afterwards 3 February 2010 Professor Mark MacIntosh (Durham University) The Opening Mind: The theology of faith […] | |