SOW Publications

The main publications of Project SOW

Ευδοξία Δελλή | Σύγχρονες επιστήμες και Θεολογία: Δύο ασύμπτωτες "γλώσσες";

Evdoxie Delli, Modern Science and Theology: Two divergent "languages"? (in Greek), 

Philosophia 50 (2020) 236-262


Modern Science & St Gregory Palamas

Soul and Psyche as a Surprise

Edited by Evdoxia Delli and Rev. Vasileios Thermos

Sebastian Press, 2021

Humankind and the Cosmos: Early Christian Representations

      A new book by Rev. Dr Doru Costache

           SOW researcher and Cosmology Group co-Chair


Virtual Book Launch

Rev. Christopher Knight, Science and the Christian Faith: A Guide for the Perplexed

How do we understand and articulate our Christian faith in the age of science? Are the two in conflict? Fr Christopher Knight - a theologian who also holds a doctorate in astrophysics - is well-equipped to guide us through these questions. He argues that not only is there no conflict between faith and science, but our contemporary scientific worldview can be deepened and refined by engagement with the riches of the ancient Orthodox tradition.

A. Postnikov - K. Diakonov - T. Kharitonova

Orthodox Christianity and Modern Science: Tensions, Ambiguities, Potential

We are happy to announce that the first volume of the series "Orthodox Christianity and Modern Science" based on the papers of the First SOW International Conference is now available.
Many thanks and congratulations to the editors Vasilios Makrides and Gayle Woloschak as well as all the authors of the book.

Analog and Digital Translating: Dictionary of Technology and the Rosetta Stone

by Prof. Aleksandar Petrovic (University of Belgrade) and Aleksandra Stevanovic (University of Belgrade)

International Journal of Tranlsation 30/2 (Jul-Dec 2018)

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Orthodoxy and Artificial Intelligence

Théologie orthodoxe et science | Bulletin du Centre International de Recherches et Études Transdisciplinaires (Ciret)



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Project SOW is organized by the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation.


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