The Classical Theism Project
February 3, 2015 — 15:48

Author: Tim Pawl  Category: News  Tags: , ,   Comments: 0

Through the generous funding of the John Templeton Foundation, The Classical Theism Project invites applications for $3,000.00 summer research stipends and workshop participants (who will receive a stipend of $1,500.00).  Our project will investigate, using analytic methodology, the perennial conception of God within the major western monotheisms.

The workshop is from Thursday, July 30th through Saturday August 1st, 2015 and will be held at the University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, MN).  All funded participants will receive a stipend.  Committed participants include: Richard Cross, William Hasker, Eleonore Stump, Sandra Visser, Thomas Joseph White, OP, and Linda Zagzebski, in addition to the project leaders, Gloria Frost and Tim Pawl.  More information is available on our website:  https://classicaltheismproject.wordpress.com/

We are calling for applications both from scholars working on this topic, and also from seminary instructors who would like to learn more about Analytic Theology.  We encourage anyone interested in the topic to apply.  Applications are due March 1st. 

In addition, we are funding summer stipends for graduate students and faculty members who wish to spend the summer doing research for a paper, book chapter, or dissertation chapter on a topic related to classical theism.  We expect to give up to ten awards of $3,000.00.  Applications for stipends are also due March 1st.  More information about these stipends is available on our website:  https://classicaltheismproject.wordpress.com/stipends/

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the workshop or stipends.  And please share this widely.  Thanks!