Widening Horizons in Philosophical Theology is an international initiative, led by Prof. Judith Wolfe and funded by the Templeton Religion Trust, which invests in the future of philosophical theology in the broadly continental tradition. It comprises a programme of research and events anchored at the University of St Andrews (Scotland) and extended by twelve independent research projects conducted by leading and emerging philosophers and theologians in the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, the USA, Canada and Australia.

Large projects (two years):

Small projects (one to two years):

  • Prof. Agata Bielik-Robson (Polish Academy of Science and University of Nottingham), Sacred Secularity: Towards a Theology of the World
  • Dr Amber Bowen (Redeemer University Canada), with Prof. Merold Westphal (Fordham), From Critique to Character
  • Dr Philip Gonzales (St Patrick’s College, Maynooth), Analogical Metaphysics and Incarnate Mimetic Desire
  • Drs Oliver Keenan and Daniel De Haan (Blackfriars Hall, Oxford), Truth, Aquinas, and the Theological Turn in Continental Philosophy
  • Dr  Adam Morton (University of Nottingham), Prophecy and Orientation to Life
  • Dr Darren Sarisky (Australian Catholic University), Hermeneutics and Transcendence: Towards a Synthesis