Religion is on the move. And why shouldn’t it be? Developments in the sciences regularly lead to new breakthroughs. We’re learning more and more each day, and as we do, we’re realizing how little we actually know about the world, other people, and ourselves. Ever-curious, we’re eager to learn, and that’s just how it should be.
Religion — religions of all kinds — should be no different.
Learning from our mistakes, we can evolve and grow. We can make progress. We can learn more about what Sir John Templeton called spiritual realities, addressing a wide range of questions: What if religions asked more questions and supported more research? What if religions engaged one another across their deepest differences? We’re addressing these questions through the work of our grantees.