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CFP

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
2020 SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHERS EASTERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE
January 23-25, 2020, University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida. CFP details below the fold.
CFP: "Issues and Approaches in Contemporary Theological Thought about Evil”
Published on: 7/9/2019
Open Theology opens a call for papers for a special issue devoted to issues and approaches in contemporary theological thought about evil.
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.

Grant or Scholarship

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.

Miscellaneous

In Memoriam: George Mavrodes
Published on: 8/6/2019
In Memoriam George Mavrodes (November 23, 1926 — July 31, 2019)

Conference

SCP in Japan: MIND, NATURE, & CULTURE AS AVENUES TOWARD THE TRANSCENDENT
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.

News

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.