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Art and Transcendence

Alfonse Borysewicz, BBH Literary LLC

Closing the Science, Technology, & Religion Gap

Ben Hurlbut, Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict, Arizona State University

Advancing Research Transparency

Brian Nosek, Center for Open Science, Inc.

The Knowledge Poets Give Us

Oludamini Ogunnaike, University of Virginia

Developing Moral Understanding at the Movies

Carl Plantinga, Calvin University

Measuring Transcendence: IRL

Kutter Callaway, Baylor University

Truth in Fiction: A Cognitivist Approach to Literature as a Source of Spiritual Understanding

Dennis Kinlaw, Erskine College

Not All Great Minds Think Alike

John Tomasi, Heterodox Academy

Learning About Professors’ Beliefs

Matthew Mayhew, Ph.D., Ohio State University

Building Soulful Enterprises, A Vision for Value

Andrew Baughen, St James Clerkenwell

Mapping the Margins: Understanding Scriptures Beyond the Text

Garrick Allen, University of Glasgow

How Critical Language Lets Us See

Elisabeth Schellekens, Uppsala University

Religious Ritual as a Lens for Understanding Art

Lexi Eikelboom & David Newheiser, Australian Catholic University

Opening Minds at the Movies

Stacie Friend, Birkbeck University of London

Exploring Artists’ Spiritual Searches

Carlos Miguel Gómez, Universidad del Rosario

Art as Mind Science

Justin Gregory, Blueprint 1543

Art, Light, and Awe: Uncovering the Mysteries of Stained Glass

David Shepherd, Trinity College Dublin

Engagement vs. Avoidance: Can Art Be the Difference?

Mario Gollwitzer, Ludwig Maximilians University

Religion is always in the room: Faith Angle Europe

Joshua R. Good, Faith Angle Forum / Ethics and Public Policy Forum Center, Inc Worldwide

How Sacred Architecture Conveys Spiritual Understanding: A Biometric-Based Study

Julio Bermudez, The Catholic University of America

The Larger Significance of Miniature Art

Cristine Legare, The University of Texas at Austin

Researching Art Experiences as a Group Dynamic

Bahador Bahrami, Royal Holloway University of London

Art and Islam in America Today

Jamal Elias, University of Pennsylvania

How Knowledge Works: Engaging Today’s Tangled Problems

Sean Larsen, Syndicate

Art as a Window into Empathy & Justice

Kelly James Clark, Ibn Haldun University

Mapping the Mystery of Humanity

Byron Johnson and Tyler VanderWeele, Baylor University and Harvard University

Measuring Compassion: Respond or not?

Patty Van Cappellen, Duke University

Infusing Collaboration: Multi-Faith Retreats in Sudan

Bob Roberts, Multi-Faith Neighbors Network

Art as a Way of Becoming

Joshua Wilt, Case Western Reserve University

Engaging the Brain in Art

Jonathan Schooler, University of California Santa Barbara

Catalyzing Multifaith Coalitions for Religious Freedom

Gregory Mitchell, IRF Secretariat

From Art Creation to Art Reception

Zorana Ivcevic Pringle, Yale University

Researching Art as More than Pleasure

Alison Jack, University of Edinburgh

Music as a Bridge to Spirituality

George Corbett, University of St Andrews

Chaplains: Leading Amidst Change

Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University

Measuring the Effect of Aesthetic Experiences

Simone Schnall, University of Cambridge

The Shared Space – Embracing Religious Plurality

James Walters, London School of Economics and Political Science

Building Peaceful Pluralism in Iraq, One Student at a Time

Tina Ramirez, Hardwired, Inc.

Discovering People’s Primal World Beliefs

Jer Clifton, The University of Pennsylvania

Widening Horizons and the Search for Meaning

Judith Wolfe, University of St. Andrews

Globally Deconstructing “the Conflict Theory” About Science & Religion

Fern Elsdon-Baker, University of Birmingham

Social Dividends of Faith

Garth Japhet, The Heartlines Centre NPC in partnership with The Heartlines Centre NPC

Thinking About How We Think About Art

Taylor Worley, Wheaton College

Deconstructing the Effects of Spiritual Architecture

Julio Bermudez, The Catholic University of America

Groups Create Markers of Identity

Elaine Howard Ecklund & John Evans, Rice University and University of California, San Diego in partnership with The Issachar Fund

The Heresy of Paraphrase

James K. A. Smith, Center for Religious Humanism / IMAGE Journal

Science is a Gift from God

David Wilkinson, Durham University

Reading Beyond the Pictures

Brendan Wolfe, University of St. Andrews

Ancient Wisdom For A Modern World

Lobsang Tenzin Negi, Emory University

Measuring the Spiritual Dimension of Art

Kutter Callaway, Baylor University

Bringing Religious Freedom to the Forefront

Gregory Mitchell, IRF Secretariat

An Evolutionary Perspective

Dominic Johnson & Michael Price, St. Anthony’s College, Oxford and Brunel University, London in partnership with The Issachar Fund

The Art of Spiritual Calling

Aaron Rosen, Wesley Theological Seminary

Accountability is Relational Responsibility

C. Stephen Evans, Baylor University

Mapping the Imagination

Judith Wolfe, University of St Andrews

The Culture of Schooling

Cristine Legare, The University of Texas at Austin in partnership with Issachar Fund

Seeking the Acoustic Signature of Transcendence

Jonathan Berger, Stanford University

Story is Building Bridges

Garth Japhet, The Heartlines Centre NPC

Science is for Monks

Lobsang Tenzin Negi, Emory University

Unveiling the Heart of 100 Humanitarians

Donald E. Miller, University of Southern California

Investigating Horror as Religious Experience

Jonathan Greenaway, University of Chester

The Most Christian Continent: Africa

Retief Müller, Calvin University

Science, Faith, and France’s Future Generations

Lydia Jaeger, Institut Biblique de Nogent-sur-Marne

Desire for God is Human Nature

Fiona Ellis, University of Roehampton

Sacred Art in Context

Robin M. Jensen, The University of Notre Dame

Exploring the Moral Impact of Movies

Carl Plantinga, Calvin University

Coming to Terms with Art

Anjan Chatterjee, The University of Pennsylvania

Multi-Faith Relationships Change Everything

Bob Roberts, Jr., GlocalNet

Religions Can't Be Tamed

Pascal Boyer, Washington University in St. Louis

Clarity is a Virtue

Alan J. Torrance, University of St Andrews

Exploring Human Goodness as Evidence of God

Robert MacSwain, The University of the South

Theology Needs Continental Philosophy

Judith Wolfe, University of St Andrews

Strengthening Religious Freedom, One Country at a Time

James Chen, The Institute for Global Engagement

Religious History is Data

Edward Slingerland, University of British Columbia

Words Are Not Enough

Garrick V. Allen, Dublin City University

Religious Freedom Starts with One Voice

Wade Kusack, Love Your Neighbor Community

Studying Religion as a Cultural Force

Christian Smith, University of Notre Dame

Art Brings Us Closer to Truth

Robert Lawrence Kuhn, The Kuhn Foundation

Where Faith, Ethics, & Medicine Meet

Aasim Padela, University of Chicago

Work and Purpose Aren't Enemies

Matt Bloom, University of Notre Dame

Beauty in Science and Beyond

Brandon Vaidyanathan, The Catholic University of America

The Spiritual Edge

Judy Silber, KALW Public Radio

Russian Theology & The Secular University

Kirill Vitalievich Karpov, Universität Innsbruck

Helping Young Muslims Meld Religious and Scientific Beliefs

Nidhal Guessoum, American University of Sharjah

Breaking Ground On Religious Freedom

James Chen, Institute for Global Engagement

Religion and the Social Brain

Michael Reiss, International Society for Science and Religion

Science & The Doctrine of Creation

Tom McCall, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Reversing the Decline of Religious Freedom in Asia

Thomas F Farr, The Religious Freedom Institute, Inc.

Self-Directed, Civic Participation

Matthew L Aubry, ORG Bahamas Foundation

Theologians as Beacons of Light

Sean Dimond,, LLC

Conflict is Opportunity

Michael Gulker, The Colossian Forum

Harmonizing Science and Islam for Young Muslim Readers

Nidhal Guessoum, American University of Sharjah

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