Science and Religion Forum- Seeking Both

Seeking both intelligibility and meaning

The Science and Religion Forum

Began
at a meeting in Durham, England in 1975 ...

Acknowledges
that the issues at the interface of religion and science are complex ...

Organises
an annual conference on topics at the interface of religion and science ...

Publishes
Reviews in Science and Religion, a journal that commissions reviews of the latest work in the field of science and religion...

Promotes
discussion between scientific understanding and religious thought ...

Is open
to people of any religion or none.


2015 CONFERENCE
Science and Religion: Celebrating the Dialogue and Exploring the Future

St John's College Durham, 3rd-5th September 2015

For conference leaflet with full details of fees, bursaries, the Peacocke student essay prize, and call for short papers please click the Next Conference button on the menu bar at the top of this page. The conference booking form is also available via that button.

2015 conference poster.pdf

Confirmed speakers:

Dr Helen De Cruz
Dr Michael Burdett
The Revd Dr Andrew Davison
Prof Wim Drees
Prof John Hedley Brooke
The Revd Prof Alister McGrath
The Revd Dr Gillian Straine
The Revd Prof David Wilkinson

 


 

The Peacocke Student Essay Prize 2015

In memory of its founding President and former Chairman, the Revd Dr Arthur Peacocke, the Science and Religion Forum offers a prize for an essay directly relevant to the theme of its annual conference.

Deadline extended - please note that the deadline for submissions for the 2015 Peacocke Prize is now 31 July 2015.

Click here to see the 2015 call for entries:
Peacocke Prize 2015.pdf


Papers from our recent conferences have been published in a series of books - click 'Books' on the menu above.



Membership

For details about the benefits of membership, membership fees, and on-line or printable versions of the application form click the Membership button at the top of this page.


Reviews In Science And Religion

... is the Forum's journal, produced as a service to members. It includes recent reviews of books in the general field of science and religion as well as news about the Forum. It is published twice a year in May and September.

For information about submitting material for publication in Reviews in Science and Religion CLICK HERE