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SCP at the 2019 AAR in San Diego
Published on: 7/19/2019
The SCP will be hosting two sessions at the American Academy of Religion Conference this November. Details below the fold.


RFP: Gratitude to God
Published on: 12/4/2019
Biola University launches a JTF-funded project to study gratitude to God. Letters of intent are due January 15, 2020 and may be for projects that utilize the methodologies of the behavioral sciences, philosophy, theology, or religious studies.


Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers 2020 Summer Seminar
Published on: 2/21/2020
The Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers is pleased to announce its 2020 Summer Seminar: “Honesty: The Philosophy and Psychology of a Neglected Virtue,” led by Dr. Christian Miller. It will be June 15-19 (M-F) at the Moreau Seminary Campus of the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN. See the flyer linked before for more information. The application deadline is May 1. Feel free to post and distribute the flyer to help advertise this event.
Sixth Annual Theistic Ethics Workshop
Published on: 2/3/2020
The organizers of the sixth annual Theistic Ethics Workshop encourage abstract submissions for our meeting at William and Mary on October 22-24, 2020.

Keynote speakers include Lara Buchak, Helen De Cruz, Derk Pereboom, Samuel Fleischacker, and Christian Miller.

Details can be found here:

Authors of accepted abstracts will have all their expenses covered, including travel. Please direct any questions to
Christian Philosophy: Its Past, Present, and Future
Published on: 2/3/2020
Conference to be hosted September 22–24, 2020 at the
Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland.
See below the fold for the full call for papers and conference details.
Evolution, original sin and the Fall
Published on: 1/15/2020
Evolution, Original Sin, and the Fall
June 22-23 2020, Saint Louis University,
Saint Louis, Missouri
Plenary speakers include Hans Madueme (Covenant College) and John Teehan (Hofstra University).
Details on the call for abstracts below the fold.
Weatherford College 3rd Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference
Published on: 12/10/2019
The 3rd Annual Philosophy of Religion conference will be held at Weatherford College on April 3-4, 2020. Douglas K. Blount, Ph.D. (Notre Dame) will deliver two plenary lectures on the Philosophy of Religion in Science.
In addition, a call for papers is being extended to professional philosophers, professionals interested in philosophy of religion, or students of philosophy of religion as well as any professional or student in a field intersecting philosophy of religion and science. More information below the fold.
CFP: "Philosophy & the Sciences"
Published on: 10/15/2019
2020 Mountain-Pacific Meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers, Trinity Western University, Langley, BC. May 8-9, 2020. Click for more information.
CFP: Philosophy in the Public Sphere
Published on: 7/22/2019
January 23-25, 2020, University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida. CFP details below the fold.
TheoLogica on “Conciliar Trinitarianism.”
Published on: 6/24/2019
TheoLogica is now issuing a CFP for a special issue devoted to “Conciliar Trinitarianism.”
CFP: Extended Deadline for 2019 Midwest SCP Conference
Published on: 5/13/2019
The 2019 Midwest SCP Conference on "Uniting Mind and Body: Cognition, Embodiment, and Liturty" will be at Hope College on September 12-14. The CFP has been extended to May 15th. Click the arrow for details.


Muslim-Christian Workshop on Philosophy, Religion, and Science
Published on: 12/6/2019
This is a call for participants interested in participating in an international workshop for philosophical and theological discussion, exchange, and mutual learning for younger Muslim and Christian scholars to present their research. The goal is for young academics to benefit from multi-disciplinary and inter-religious perspectives and to identify new avenues of research. Workshop Leaders: Kelly James Clark and Enis Doko
Eastern SCP Conference Webpage: Philosophy in the Public Sphere
Published on: 11/7/2019
The conference website for the upcoming Eastern SCP conference at USF can be found here:
Published on: 9/16/2019
Hiroshima University, January 9, 2020

Gregg Ten Elshof of Biola University will join Kengo Miyazono and Curtis Rigsby of Hiroshima University to critique popular accounts of mind, nature, & culture. Ten Elshof will explore the notion of shame as a healthy and beneficial emotion. Miyazono will examine self-defeating arguments against evolutionary naturalism. And Rigsby will consider traditional religio-philosophies of Asia as semiotic expressions of universal teleology. All three philosophers will respond to each others thoughts, and discussion from attendees will be encouraged at the end. The event will be publicized for the faculty and students of Hiroshima University as well as for local residents, and is open to the public.


Cancellation of SCP events due to Coronavirus
Published on: 3/11/2020
SCP members, note that several upcoming SCP events have either been cancelled or are at risk of cancellation given the coronavirus infection. Please stay tuned and reach out directly to the coordinators of SCP events with questions or concerns.

In particular, the Mountain-Pacific conference scheduled for this spring at Trinity Western has been cancelled with a view toward rescheduling for a fall 2020 date. For details about that conference in particular, please contact Myron Penner at
SCP Group session on Divine Action at Central APA
Published on: 1/10/2020
The SCP group session (G40) at the 2020 Central APA session in Chicago will feature Greta Turnbull, Jeffrey Koperski, and Meghan Page on the topic of Divine Action. It happens 7-9 on Friday, February 28, and there will be a reception afterwards in the SCP hotel suite.
In Memoriam: George Mavrodes
Published on: 8/6/2019
In Memoriam George Mavrodes (November 23, 1926 — July 31, 2019)

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SCP Small Department Lecture Grants
Published on: 4/15/2019
The SCP has opened its small department lecture grant competition. The grant provides up to $1,500 for departments to host a well-known Christian philosopher for a campus event. Click the arrow for details.


PhD Position for work on Extreme Beliefs
Published on: 12/19/2019
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is advertising for a PhD position. The position is embedded in both the Philosophy Department (Faculty of Humanities) and the Faculty of Religion and Theology. It is part of Dr. Rik Peels’ ERC-funded Starting Grant project ‘Extreme Beliefs: The Epistemology and Ethics of Fundamentalism’, which is devoted to a conceptual and normative assessment of fundamentalist belief. More information below the fold.
Postdoc with the Princeton Project in Philosophy and Religion
Published on: 11/11/2019
PPPR currently sponsors postdoctoral fellowships. The deadline for this year's applications is November 18, 2019.