The Collaborative Inquiries in Christian Theological Anthropology project is guided by the conviction that contemporary theologians have much to gain from rigorous engagement with recent developments in the life and social sciences. Thanks to a $3.9 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation and significant additional funding from Villanova University, the University of Notre Dame, and a dozen other colleges and universities, we have assembled a vibrant community of more than 30 fellows, mentors, and educational advisers who will work collaboratively over a three-year period.
Our primary goals for this research community are twofold: first, to generate innovative research that will have a long-term effect upon various fields within theology; second, to promote sustained engagement between theology and the contemporary sciences that is, ultimately, mutually beneficial.
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