The Society of Christian Philosophers (SCP), a preeminent organization of Christian professional philosophers, proposes a 28-month project to seed capacity in the next generation of Christian philosophers for scientifically engaged philosophy of religion and theology. In brief, science-engaged philosophy of religion and philosophical theology are characterized by their use of the results, methods, and ideas of empirical science in advancing or criticizing arguments, theses, and concepts in philosophy of religion or philosophical theology. To seed capacity, the SCP will run a fellowship program to give some of its graduate student members an opportunity to spend up to one academic year engaged in the systematic study of an empirical discipline such as psychology, cognitive science, biology, physics, genetics, neuroscience, or astronomy. Up to five one-year fellowships of $34,000 will be awarded over the project to graduate student members of the SCP.