Extraordinary work is performed every week around the world in the area of inquiry JTF describes as "humility-in-theology." Much of this work exploring the intersections of the sciences and fundamental human questions is performed by JTF grantees. Some is performed outside the JTF circle, at universities and institutes around the globe, but could inform JTF's work and significantly enrich the public discussion around such matters. While the vast majority of scholars laboring in this field have access to microphones at academic conferences, however, they do not have access to megaphones that might reach the world. We propose, with JTF's support, to construct a website and curate a stream of content that will advertise to the world the remarkable work performed by many of the world's finest minds in this area. Drawing on significant assets and experience in the areas of branding and design, web development and audience growth, Sword & Spoon Workshop (more information below) would be delighted to build a robust content aggregator and cultivate a growing audience around it through savvy design, creative content strategies, and expert employment of social media, infographics, and animations. The current proposal includes the strategizing, branding, development, and launch of the website. Of course, the website is not the end in itself. The purpose is to elevate, inform, and inspire. We want to bring the work that is being performed in humility-in-theology to the surface of public discourse. We want to serve as the central information hub for those who are interested in this area. And we want to inspire others to participate in the discussion and even conduct their own research at the frontiers where scientific inquiry casts a light on questions of value, human nature, and ultimate meaning.
Templeton.org is in English. Only a few pages are translated into other languages.