This is episode 75 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In this episode, we (Joanna Leidenhag and Jonathan Rutledge) interview Meghan Page (Loyola University Maryland) and Allison Krile Thornton (University of South Alabama) moral exemplarism, shame, and Genesis 3. ...
The New Visions in Theological Anthropology (NViTA), funded by the John Templeton Foundation, is committed to the study of and research in science-engaged theology (SET).
SET Foundations Is Now Accepting Applications for a Summer 2021 Hybrid Seminar on Causation & Explanation in Science!
SET Foundations has a wonderful opportunity for early and mid-career theologians and philosophers of religion.
Meghan Page, assistant professor of philosophy at Loyola University Maryland has won a grant of $1,455,601 to support her project, “Building Foundations in Science-Engaged Theology: Insights from Philosophy of Science”.
Meghan Page, Ph.D., assistant professor of philosophy, has been awarded a $1,455,601 grant from the John Templeton Foundation to support her project, “Building Foundations in Science-Engaged Theology: Insights from Philosophy of Science.”