Thursday, 21 January 2010

Awards in philosophical theology and philosophy of religion

The St Thomas Philosophy of Religion Project has announced two prizes (both funded by Templeton) for work in the philosophy of religion and/or philosophical theology:

1. The 2009 Excellence in Philosophy of Religion Prize attempts to identify the three best papers published in 2009 in the areas of philosophy of religion or philosophical theology. A panel of three expert reviewers will select three winners. Each winner will receive an award of $2000. The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2010.

2. The C. S. Lewis Prize recognizes the best recent book in the philosophy of religion or philosophical theology written for a general audience. A panel of three expert reviewers will select one first place winner, who will receive a $15,000 prize, and one second place winner, who will receive a $7,500 prize.

Full details here.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Sad to see that you are now censoring comments, Ben.

Fat said...

It wasn't comment which I saw Anonymous
It was spam - splattered across a number of threads.

Anthony Paul Smith said...

Glad to see you're censoring comments, Ben.

Also, thanks for doing these sorts of bulletins.

Anonymous said...

Ben,
Can you please write an entry about why so many Orthdox are angry at Catholics? It seems so many I run into are...and it doesn't seem to be out of an ignorance about Catholicism.
Anon

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