We are happy to be able to attend the American Academy of Religion’s annual meeting in San Antonio, TX this year, where we have two goals:
- Connecting with theologians about their science-engagement as we announce our new grant, “In Search of Theological Scientists.”
- Spreading the word about an upcoming e-book release, TheoPsych: A Psychological Science Primer for Theologians (sign up for a free download – details below).
In Search of Theological Scientists
Theologians click this survey.
Scientists click this survey.
Meaningful and sustained contributions from human scientists to theological inquiry requires asking some key questions. Our new project, In Search of Theological Scientists (aka ISOTS), seeks answers. Who are the scientists interested in collaboration, and what motivates them? What obstacles inhibit action? What level of theological literacy is helpful for the scientific collaborator to have? Which areas of theological inquiry are most ready for scientific engagement, and which areas are most interesting to human scientists? What else needs to be learned and enacted for these collaborations to be common and ripe for discovery? We need YOU to help us find out!
TheoPsych: A Primer for Theologians
Out now! More details at TheoPsych.com.
TheoPsych Academy is still free to enroll in. Check out the online classes we’ve set up for theologians to explore some of the best cutting-edge psychological science, and think through it’s applications for theology and Christian living.