The Research Center on the Dialogue between Science & Theology (RCDST), founded within Ovidius University of Constanta is an academic research unit that is hosted by and administratively associated to Ovidius University of Constanta, free from the management of any faculty in particular, which was established with a view to concentrating and developing professional expertise for conducting high quality scientific research in the fields where its members are experts: theology, physics, chemistry, anatomy, genetics, neurology, psychology, microbiology and mathematics.
•"Ovidius” University of Constanţa (UOC)
• Maritime University of Constanţa (UMC)
• "1 Decembrie 1918" University of Alba Iulia (UAB)
• "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iaşi (UAIC)
• "Mircea cel Bãtrân" Naval Academy of Constanta (ANMB)
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In November 2014 RCDST will host the Online International Congressin close collaboration with different national and international partners on the research topics the Center is involved in: Cosmology, Life in the Universe and Anthropology.
Further details about this congress, such as information regarding submission deadlines, participation fees, BDI and ISI journals where the Congress Proceedings will be published, are to be found at the site dedicated to this event: http://dialogo-conf.com/ —— See more >>
Any debate revolving around such a topic as the relationship between Science and Religion is in fact based on the topic regarding the compatibility between both the scientific spirit, which has already started to take over modern world and is typical of our contemporary society, and the Orthodox theological thinking.
It is vital to be specific about this, the more so as this fundamental conceptual relationship does not stay the same in the Catholic theology or in the Protestant theological thinking either. In order to get a real dialog started and give relevance to both parties involved in these relationships it is essential that scientists and theologians agree on this fundamental issue: the meaning given to the birth of "modern science" in the late years of the Western Middle Ages, as well as to the precise nature of the "scientific spirit" in its current acception. Our goal is to bring glory to God, the Creator of all, and... More »
Research Center on the Dialogue between
Science & Theology (RCDST)
The 1st International Online Congress on the Dialog between Science and Theology
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