We offer many grants to support research involving philosophers of religion from underrepresented regions and religious traditions.
We are delighted to announce the following six winners of the 2021 English language support grant competition. The competition was conducted to support non-native English speaking authors who aim to publish their own papers on one or more of our project themes in leading international peer-reviewed journals in the English language. We will announce the 2022 competition in due course.
'It’s too Good to be False: The Plantinga-Tolkien Argument for The Truth of Christianity'
Author: Davi Heckert Cesar Bastos (University of Campinas, Brazil)
'Two Accounts of Deity: Classical Theism vs. Theistic Personalism'
Author: Igor Gasparov (Voronezh State Medical University named after N. N. Burdenko, Russia)
'The Epistemic Value of the Proofs and Theodicies in Defence of Theism'
Author: Ataollah Hashemi (Saint Louis University, USA)
'Philosophising ‘Human Memory-Dependent Immortality’ in an African Indigenous Religion'
Author: Dennis Masaka (Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabewe)
'The Coherence of the Belief in the Existence of Evil in Traditional Yorùbá Theology: A Process-Relational Analysis'
Author: Emmanuel Ofuasia (Lagos State University, Nigeria)
'Maimonides’ Apophatic Theology Revisited: God’s Existence Perceivable solely by Means of Avicennian “that-ness”?'
Author: Soroosh Shahriari (McGill University, Canada)