On the occasion of the Russian Day of National Unity, the Patriarch Kirill I of Moscow and all Russia has spoken in an interview with Itar-Tass about Russia’s future, bribes, and the most signficant event of the year 2012.
L’Association des étudiants du monde byzantin (The Association of Students of the Byzantine World) aims to unite Byzantinist students in an associative structure. It facilitates exchanges between students in all disciplines involved in this field, creates a bridge between undergraduate students or master and doctoral students and young doctors, and allows students to learn about the various ongoing work in the Byzantine field, as well as French and foreign teachers who are likely to welcome them to continue their studies. Finally, it helps students of other periods to gain familiarity with Byzantine studies and the diversity of the field.
People have pondered conflicts between science and religion since at least the time of Christ. The millennial-long debate is well documented in the literature in the history and philosophy of science and religion in Western civilization. Science and Eastern Orthodoxy is a departure from that vast body of work, providing the first general overview of the relationship between science and Christian Orthodoxy, the official church of the Oriental Roman Empire.
Interview with James M. Kuyama, Professor at the Department of Literature, Meiji Gakuin University, on the current interest in patristics in Japan.