CTI Members, Friends, and supporters can follow the work of our current Inquiry on Religious Experience & Moral Identity on our website homepage.
There you will find a regularly updated series of short video interviews with members of our resident CTI research team, as well as podcasts of CTI lectures on the Inquiry topic.
1. A Talk by Paul Bloom, Yale University psychologist, on his research on the moral development of babies, published in his new book, Just Babies: The Origins of Good & Evil.
2. A Response by Jean Porter to Paul Bloom’s talk. Professor Porter is a leading moral theologian at the University of Notre Dame.
3. A CTI Public Lecture given by Paul Bloom at Princeton University with the title, “What’s So Special About Religion?” This lecture was co-sponsored by Princeton University’s Center for the Study of Religion.
You can also watch two short video interviews with the co-leaders of this Inquiry, theologian Stephen Pope and philosopher Robert Roberts, reflecting on their hopes for the year.
Stephen Pope, Inquiry on Religious Experience & Moral Identity from William Storrar on Vimeo.
Robert Roberts Inquiry on Religious Experience & Moral Identity from William Storrar on Vimeo.