We are pleased to announce that the paper authored by Charity Anderson and Jeffrey Russell, "Divine Hiddenness and Other Evidence," was recently awarded the 2021 Marc Sanders Prize in the Philosophy of Religion.
We are pleased to announce that Charity Anderson's paper, "Divine Hiddenness: An Evidential Argument," is one of two honorable mentions in the APA's Inaugural Plantinga Prize.
The Divine Hiddenness Project (funded by the John Templeton Foundation) aims to open new avenues of research for the problem of divine hiddenness. Two central aims of the project are to bring the tools of formal epistemology to bear on the problem of divine hiddenness and to explore connections with the sociology and psychology of religion - in particular, the cognitive science of religion.
In addition to individual research, the main components of the grant include a workshop on Baylor University's campus, a graduate student reading group, and a number of public talks during the spring 2020, fall 2021, and spring 2022 semesters.
The project is based at Baylor University's Center for Christian Philosophy, and is directed by Dr. Charity Anderson.
Divine Hiddenness Workshop