The ISCAST journal, Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology, was relaunched in 2022. Capitalising on the previous years of publication (online since 2006; its rich archive is available on this website), the journal enters a new stage of life with its relaunch as a world-standard academic resource.
The ISCAST journal is unique in the Australian landscape and one of the very few journals globally that discusses the nexus of science, technology, faith, ethics, and spirituality. In doing so, it advances ISCAST’s mission of promoting a climate of mutual understanding and constructive exchange between science and technology practitioners, and people of faith. The target readership includes academics interested in science and faith, as well as educators, church leaders, and postgraduate and graduate students.
The relaunched journal is an online, open-access resource, inviting original contributions from national and international scholars. It publishes book reviews and double-blind peer reviewed articles.
We especially invite proposals for articles in science/technology that have theological/ethical/spiritual implications, and articles in theology/ethics/spirituality that engage scientific/technological topics. Original studies of the history of science and faith are equally welcome.
Articles published in CPOSAT contribute to the ISCAST mission of promoting constructive conversation between Christian faith and the sciences.