For the most part, one does not go to a school that has a program in analytic theology or philosophical theology. Many of the individuals who produce works in philosophical theology were trained at some point in analytic philosophy. They also happen to have interests in Christian theology.  These people apply their philosophical training to both philosophical and theological questions. Attempting to study "analytic theology" or "philosophical theology" may be less effective than following in the steps of those who have gone before. It would be worth considering schools where once can get training in analytic philosophy and then learn how to put that training to use in issues of theology. Having said that, here are some of the many philosophy departments where one can find at least one faculty member whose publications turn up regularly in journals and books on philosophical theology.

  • University of Oklahoma, Norman
  • St. Louis University
  • Rutgers University
  • Whittier College
  • Western Michigan University
  • University of Colorado Boulder
  • SUNY Fredonia
  • Western Michigan University
  • Western Washington University
  • Southern Methodist University

Below are institutions where more than one faculty member is known for using philosophy in the service of Christian theology. 

  • Calvin College
  • Notre Dame
  • Baylor University
  • Biola University
  • Oriel College, Oxford University
  • St. Andrews University
  • Boston College