Studies in Science & Theology
Studies in Science and Theology (SSTh) is the companion series to Issues in Science & Theology, and together they contain original essays on the interaction between science & religion which stem from each ECST.
Recent editions of SSTh can be ordered from the ESSSAT Treasurer. We ask for a contribution to costs. ESSSAT members also have access to electronic versions, which can be found here (password-protected)
SSTh18 is especially concerned with the issue of Images and models in science and theology. The chapters are selected and edited papers of the Eighteenth European Conference on Science and Theology held in Madrid, Spain in 2021, whose theme was "Creative Pluralism?" Contributors are Rocco Sacconaghi, Esgrid Esteban Sikahall Urízar, Isolde Meinhard, Paul E. Johnson, Bertrand Souchard, Ina Wunn, Rubén Herce, Alessandro Mantini, Bernard Michollet, Javier Sánchez-Cañizares, Berge Traboulsi, Adam Świeżyński, Sybille C. Fritsch-Oppermann, Fabien Revol, Francesco Bellaubi, Harris Wiseman ISBN 978-3-00-072022-2
SSTh 17 is especially concerned with the issue of immanence and transcendence. The chapters are selected and edited papers of the Seventeenth European Conference on Science and Theology held in Lyon, France in 2018, whose theme was "Nature – and Beyond" Contributors are Amerigo Barzaghi, Anna Lemańska, Noreen Herzfeld, Klaus Nürnberger, Mateusz Jarmużewski, Mike Parsons, Arnold O. Benz, Gheorghe Petraru, Vincent M. Smiles, Berge Traboulsi, Nadeem Haque, Sybille C. Fritsch-Oppermann, Estelle Poirot-Betting, Víctor Manuel Morales Vásquez, Rocco Sacconaghi, Piotr Bylica, Roland Cazalis, Peter P. Kirschenmann, Dariusz Kucharski, W. Richard Bowen, Roland Karo, Javier Sánchez-Cañizares, Alessandro Mantini, Mark Pretorius, Margaret Boone Rappaport, Christopher Corbally, Jay R. Feierman, Konrad Szocik ISBN 978-3-00-065699-6