No ESSSAT Research Prize for 2016 has been awarded. We encourage submissions of original contributions at a postgraduate or doctoral level for 2018. The ESSSAT Student Prize for 2016 has been awarded twice, to Sarah Lane Ritchie (Ph.D. Candidate in Science and Religion, University of Edinburgh) for her MSc programme… Read more
We would like to bring this crowdfunding project for a book on theology to your attention. All ESSSAT members are encouraged to support this, either by donating or by sharing this in their network. Dear Friends and Colleagues, The Jean Bastaire Chair is launching a participatory finance campaign in order… Read more
Philip Hefner has contributed enormously to the dialogue between religion and science. There is still much to learn about the implications for systematic theology of his notion of ‘created co-creator’, developed fully in ‘The Human Factor‘. The School of Theological Studies at the University of Tartu supports research on Philip… Read more
Prof. Lluis Oviedo, former editor of ESSSAT News & Reviews, co-organises an interesting conference on the evolution of religion. Read more on the theme of the conference here, or see the poster below.
We hope you can enjoy the holidays with your family. For those of you who want to spend some time with their (grand)children, but feel guilty when they are not doing something related to science-and-religion: here are some cool experiments (and one thing to read) on science and Christmas! But foremost,… Read more