At Templeton all the questions are on the table, especially the permanent human questions: What is a good life? Why is there suffering? What is justice? What is a flourishing society? Does beauty matter? What is knowledge? How do I love my neighbor? And who is God? But we don’t ask these questions in a vacuum; rather we ask them in a community shaped by the spiritual and intellectual practices of the historic Christian faith, which grounds our common life together.
“Templeton taught me how to think critically and how to interrogate beliefs and assumptions in the world today. Since the Templeton curricula were often so philosophically-based, it taught me how to engage with the field of science on a philosophical level and not just engage with science from a within-the-field approach.”