A philosophical research project sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation
The Panentheism and Religious Life project is a research collaboration between King’s College London and Johns Hopkins University, exploring the religious implications of panentheism. It is led by Yitzhak Melamed and Clare Carlisle and runs for two years from January 2020 to January 2022.
If we, and our world, are in God, what does this mean for us?
How does panentheism reshape the relationship between science and theology?
How does this change our understanding of the human condition?
And how does this shape religious practice?
Our project explores these questions, and seeks to demonstrate that panentheism is both a coherent religious position and a practicable form of religious life.
Read more about the project here.