Restoring Human Nature

Constructive Theological Anthropologies Engaging the Psychological Sciences


  • Kutter Callaway Fuller Theological Seminary
  • Oliver D. Crisp University of St Andrews



Over the past decade, a growing number of theologians and philosophers from a variety of sub disciplines have expressed an interest in the possibilities of a “science-engaged theology.” The specific projects that fall under this somewhat broad conceptual umbrella are rather diverse, but at its most basic, science-engaged theology is a form of inquiry that is deeply engaged with one or more of the sciences in the service of articulating, defending, or critiquing existing theological and philosophical frameworks. Some operating in this fertile domain even seek to construct entirely new theological (and occasionally, scientific) categories in light of the generative insights born from a robust interaction between the sciences and theology.




How to Cite

Callaway, K., & Crisp, O. D. (2022). Restoring Human Nature: Constructive Theological Anthropologies Engaging the Psychological Sciences. TheoLogica: An International Journal for Philosophy of Religion and Philosophical Theology, 6(1), 1–3.