The last several decades have been a time of enormous productivity for philosophers of religion working in the 'analytic' or Anglo-American tradition. Yet, top-ranked graduate schools in philosophy often do not offer courses in philosophy of religion, and graduate schools in theology are only just beginning to interact with the analytic approach to philosophical theology. This project gives elite graduate students and junior faculty in philosophy, theology, and religious studies an opportunity to engage in intensive study of cutting-edge work in philosophy of religion and philosophical theology. The project will consist of three summer seminars, taught by the leading figures in the field, to be held in 2014, 2015, and 2016 at the University of St. Thomas, in St. Paul, Minnesota.