The current CTI resident scholars celebrated a successful year of interdisciplinary research together with a family barbecue on a recent warm May evening at the Center’s Luce Hall in Princeton. As they prepare to leave CTI at the end of May, they can look back on nine months of fruitful work and intensive conversation across the disciplinary boundaries of theology and science in their Inquiry on Evolution & Human Nature. You can learn more about their groundbreaking work together by going to the CTI website homepage and scrolling down to the section on this year’s Inquiry. There you can read their joint research reports, listen to their lectures, and watch short video interviews with some of the scholars in residence at CTI in this last academic year. We look forward to bringing you future reports of the fresh thinking that will emerge in the publications and international research networks as the global impact of this CTI Inquiry.
The Center of Theological Inquiry and our resident research team for 2012-13 gratefully acknowledge the support of the John Templeton Foundation for this remarkable year of advanced research on the big questions of human origins and nature in science and theology.