Call for Investigators into the Big Questions of Astrobiology

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Photo credit: NASA
Photo credit: NASA

Astrobiology poses many big questions about the origin and evolution of life on Earth by considering the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe. To explore these possibilities, The Center of Theological Inquiry (CTI) is now inviting applications for an intensive residential program, “Searching For Life: An Inquiry on the Societal Implications of Astrobiology,” supported by the John Templeton Foundation and NASA.

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New Study Suggests Religion Makes Children Less Altruistic

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Parents who raise their children to be religious may hope that their offspring will grow up to be more empathic and concerned with moral issues. But does religion actually facilitate sensitivity to others and prosocial behavior? A new study led by Jean Decety of the University of Chicago, based on research supported by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, has put this assumption to the test.

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