Starting from 2016 The Center for Science, Religion and Philosophy Programs (SRPh) srph.ru is the legal successor of the former educational institution - ST. Petersburg School of Religion & Philosophy (SRPh), Russia (1992-2016) old.srph.ru
The first in Russia to develop a theological education curriculum for students of secular universities. Gave the opportunity to more than 2000 domestic and foreign students to participate in a unique educational process.
In collaboration with domestic and Western partners and foundations, SRPh held more than 50 international conferences in Russia and abroad (in England, Germany, Greece, USA, France, Czech Republic).
Over 40 books and collective monographs have been published on theology, philosophy of the 20th century, the dialogue of science and religion.
Provided advisory assistance in the development of religious and social issues for the North-West Federal District by order of the President of the Russian Federation. Held two Easter festivals "Easter in Solovki" in the detention center "Crosses-1".
Developed the concepts of the programs "Science and Faith", "Vision of Beauty", "Phenomenology and Aristotle".
The first in Russia to raise the public discussion on theology after the Gulag and Auschwitz. Organized more than 2000 public speeches of famous scientists, philosophers and theologians in Russia
To unite those who love Christ, love peace, not war, who seek friends, not enemies, who are interested in life, not politics, who have experience of genuine reconciliation in church, culture and society.
About The Program Visions of Beauty
The St. Petersburg Center for Science Religion and Philosophy Programs (SRPh) organizes the international Christian program "Visions of Beauty" (VOB) in the form of: lectures, discussions, round tables, excursions, interviews, master-classes, pilgrim trips, and visits to holy places in Russia and abroad, with the participation of professional lecturers, scientists, museum workers and priests.
Starting from 2011 more than 200 local and Western participants took part in the VOB program. Participants - theologians, priests, sisters of mercy, philosophers, scientists, artists and art historians, students and graduate students from Russia and other countries.