In 2007, the John Templeton Foundation’s Humble Approach Initiative held a symposium to address a question posed by L’Arche’s visionary founding leader and 2015 Templeton Prize laureate, Jean Vanier: “What have people with disabilities taught me?” The answers are presented in a book, The Paradox of Disability: Responses to Jean Vanier and L’Arche Communities from Theology and the Sciences.
Subject Humble Approach Initiative
The Spirit in Creation and New Creation, edited by Michael Welker, senior professor of systematic theology at Heidelberg University and one of the leading theologians in Europe, has been translated into Russian by Sergii Bortnyk. The book was a product of a symposium in 2009 funded by the Foundation as part of its Humble Approach Initiative (HAI).
Many scientists regard mass and energy as the primary currency of nature. However, in recent years, the concept of information has gained importance. The extensive scientific, philosophical, and theological implications of this shift are explored in Information and the Nature of Reality: From Physics to Metaphysics, which is now being recognized by inclusion in the Canto Classics series.