Here is a list of upcoming conferences related to science and religion (not limited to Canada). Those that officially apply to CSCA (in Canada or not) are in orange. Others are listed in grey. Missing infomation (e.g. time, location) means that these details are still TBA. If you would like to submit something to be listed here, please contact our project development officer.

Non-CSCA conference of interest
Mar 09 2019

Christians in Science (2019 Student Conference)
"The Bible and Modern Science: honouring God’s word, exploring God’s works"

Saturday | The Diamond, University of Sheffield

Non-CSCA conference of interest
Mar 22 2019

Arizona Center for Christian Studies / ASA (et al.)
"Conference on Faith and Science"

Fri, Mar 22 - Sat, Mar 23 | Arizona State University

Non-CSCA conference of interest
Mar 27 2019

BioLogos Foundation
"Beyond Conflict: Science, Faith, & the Big Questions"

Wed, Mar 27 - Fri, Mar 29 | Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor

Non-CSCA conference of interest
May 03 2019

Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian Faith
"Technology and Theology"

Fri, May 03 - Sat, May 04 | Concordia University of Edmonton

Non-CSCA conference of interest
May 18 2019

Christians in Science
"Stewards of Creation"

Saturday | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm | St John’s College

Non-CSCA conference of interest
Jul 01 2019

ANZATS
"2019 ANZATS Conference (Science and Theology track)"

Mon, Jul 01 - Wed, Jul 03 | Carey Theology School

Conference
Jul 19 2019

American Scientific Affiliation / CSCA
"Annual Meeting 2019: Exploring Creation"

Fri, Jul 19 - Mon, Jul 22 | Wheaton College

Conference
Oct 25 2019

Canadian-American Theological Association / CSCA
"Conference on Science & Faith (title TBA)"

Fri, Oct 25 - Sat, Oct 26 | Northeastern Seminary

Non-CSCA conference of interest
Nov 23 2019

American Academy of Religion
"AAR Annual Meeting (Science, Technology, and Religion Unit)"

Sat, Nov 23 - Tue, Nov 26 |


Disclaimer: While CSCA strives for excellence, it is always possible that, by mistake, we might list a conference associated with a predatory/deceptive publisher. Unfortunately, there are money-seeking organizations that prey on inexperienced scholars. These groups will produce journals (usually open access) and even host conferences under the guise of peer-review and legitimate academic interests. Click here for more information.

There is no need to check up on conferences hosted by prominent, well-known, trusted science-religion groups, such as ASA, CSCA, Biologos, Christians in Science (CiS), the Ian Ramsey Centre, etc. But if you don’t recognize and trust the organization, CSCA recommends checking into it before registering or submitting anything.