Christian Philosophy and Its Challenges: International Conference and Call for Papers

“We do not need Christian philosophy. We need Christians making good philosophy.” This controversial paraphrase of Cardinal Newman could serve as the point of departure for this forthcoming conference organized by the Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow.

Conference Dates: September 20–22, 2022
The conference will be held in hybrid mode, combining online and onsite activities. This model will allow participation either online or in-person.

Keynote speakers
· Richard Swinburne – Oxford University, UK
· Alexander Pruss – Baylor University, TX, USA
· William Lane Craig – Biola University, CA, USA

Call for papers
Proposals that address the problems of Christian Philosophy are welcomed. The invitation is open to Christian philosophers, and any other researchers engaged in pursuing their philosophical investigations in the context of the Christian faith.

Proposal Submission: Please submit a 500-word abstract of your paper by March 31, 2022, using the following link:

Language of the papers: English exclusively.

More information
If you have questions, please contact the Conference Secretary.

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