As you may know, I was part of a grant Fuller received to to Analytic Theology. That grant has come to an end, but an exciting new one is about to start up. It is called “On Human Natures: Psychological Science in the Service of Theology.”

Here is the low-down:

We will hold three 13-day seminars strategically targeting early to mid-career
theologians. Our goal is to enhance research and teaching by engaging deeply with
the psychological sciences. We will create cohorts of 20 scholars per seminar. We
will limit capacity at 20 to intentionally invest in each scholar, facilitate in-depth
discussions led by leaders and speakers, and accelerate the creation of a unified
group of scholars with common interests in using psychology to benefit theological

In response to the program each participant will be expected to write a paper
suitable for publication, and will be encouraged to prepare and deliver a
presentation in the year following the seminar.

The three seminars will address the following topics:

  1. The Created and Fallen Image of God
  2. Completely Human, Completely Divine
  3. Restoring Human Nature

If you are interested, you can learn more here: 


Published by cwoznicki

Chris Woznicki is an Assistant Adjunct Professor of Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He works as the regional training associate for the Los Angeles region of Young Life.

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