Copenhagen Network for Science and Religion: Forum For Existence and Science
University of Copenhagen
The Copenhagen Network combines the collaborative efforts of three interacting groups: The Copenhagen Research Priority on Religion in the 21st Century, the Center for Philosophy of Nature and Science Studies at Niels Bohr Institute, and the Forum for Science and Existence, Faculty of Theology. Steering committee members come from departments of systematic theology, theoretical biology, student pastors from the Technical University and Faculty of Health Sciences. The group is building an infrastructure including a website, email list and a supported library of texts in science and faith; hosting international symposia, public seminars, research conferences and continuous lecture and discussion programs; coordinating research in science and religion at the University; and establishing a teaching program in science/religion and faith/health. Topics explored include religion and knowledge, interdisciplinary theories of religion, theories of science and philosophy of nature, roles of religion in informing scientific thought and inquiry, psychology and theology, and broad views of historical and contemporary issues in science and faith.