Angela Carpenter receives new award from the John Templeton Foundation

Angela Carpenter, Assistant Professor of Religion, has received a $113,977 award from the John Templeton Foundation (via Villanova University) for the project titled Collaborative Inquiries in Christian Theological Anthropology.

For this project, Angela will examine Reformed theology, evolutionary anthropology, and affective neuroscience to develop a theology of graced identity, with the primary outcome a new book. The connections to other scholars in the project will allow Angela to engage in interdisciplinary research on a range of social issues in area of grace identity.

Congratulations, Angela, on your new award!

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