Started in late 2015, under the guidance of Oliver Crisp, Fuller seminary is now home to an Analytic Theology initiative funded by a grant from the John Templeton foundation. Visit their website at analytictheologyfuller.org
Notre Dame: Center for Philosophy of Religion
The primary mission of the Center for Philosophy of Religion is to promote work on topics in the philosophy of religion and philosophical theology, and to encourage the development and exploration of specifically Christian and theistic philosophy. We also aim to foster dialogue between the disciplines of philosophy and theology on topics of mutual interest, and to disseminate the results of scholarly research on these issues both within the academy and to a wider, non-academic audience. http://philreligion.nd.edu/
Biola University: Center for Christian Thought
Biola University's Center for Christian Thought exists to reconnect Christian Scholarship with the Church and the Academy.
The Center offers scholars from a variety of Christian perspectives a unique opportunity to work collaboratively on a selected theme. Together, they develop their ideas, refine their thinking, and examine important cultural issues in a way that is informed by Scripture. Ultimately, the collaborative work will result in scholarly and popular-level materials, providing the broader culture with thoughtful and carefully articulated Christian perspectives on current events, ethical concerns, and social trends. cct.biola.edu
Logos Institute - St. Andrews University
Some of the biggest issues facing humanity will form the basis of study at a new international institute to be based at the University of St Andrews.
The Logos Institute, which takes its name from the Greek meaning ‘word’ or ‘study’ but which is also used in John’s Gospel with reference to the incarnation, will be a centre for excellence in the study of analytic and exegetical theology.
The range of questions it will consider concern the existence and nature of God, God’s relationship to time, the nature of the person and the conceptual and social challenges confronting religious belief. The latter will include interdisciplinary analysis of the challenges of religious hostility, sectarianism and terrorism.
The institute is being launched by a £1.6 million grant from the Templeton Religion Trust which supports research relating to the major questions of human purpose and ultimate reality.