The group Science, Reason and Faith (CRYF) was set up at the University of Navarra in 2002; its origin goes back to a series of informal interdisciplinary conversations held by Mariano Artigas (†) with other professors at the University.
At the moment, his fields of interest cover the following topics: origin of the universe, evolution, order, complexity and purpose, nature and person, science and truth, and science and religion.
The group has entrusted its work to the sponsorship of St. Albert the Great.
"Few things are more transgressive than Christianity, it needs nothing to be contemporary and attractive".
Gregorio Luri, Ricardo Piñero and Lupe de la Vallina reflect at the University on Christianity and its relevance in today's culture.
Three actions core topic for Christians to take in the face of the mass phenomenon of turning away from God
The University professors José Manuel Giménez Amaya and Jorge Martín Montoya publish 'Encubrimiento y verdad: algunos rasgos di
"If man is capable of altering physical things with his freedom, God cannot be 'forbidden' to do the same, in a higher way".
The Full Professor emeritus of Philosophy, Juan José Sanguineti, gave the VI Mariano Artigas Memorial Lecture at the University of Naples.