The University of St. Andrews, with generous funding from the John Templeton Foundation, has recently founded the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology.
With that comes the announcement of six available positions for doctoral students with full funding for fees (no news yet about stipends). Guided by Alan Torrance and N. T. Wright with possible supervision from analytic legends such as Oliver Crisp, C. Stephen Evans, Peter van Inwagen, and Michael Rea, as well as the faculty of St. Andrews, this is a unique and exciting opportunity for those wishing to pursue doctoral work in analytic theology, particularly in research areas pertaining to God’s relationship to time, forgiveness, or personhood (both human and divine).
Details can be found here.
Deadline for complete applications: February 15, 2016.