9. Are there any approaches that are not eligible for funding?

Published October 11, 2013 by Andrew Torrance in

It is important to note that this programme is interested in a rich, productive and forward-looking engagement between science and theology.

Approaches that deny large areas of well-documented science do not fit this criterion, nor would, of course, approaches that deny the importance of faith and theology.

In addition projects concerned primarily with ethics will not fit because, important though they are, and while ethical discussions sometimes touch on or even use science, they are not themselves either science or theology.

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