Is it Unbiblical to Argue for God?
In my earliest days of attempting to do apologetics, I was confronted in the church with the objection that relying on philosophy, particularly arguments for the existence of God, was […]
Thomism and the Problem of Animal Suffering
The problem of animal suffering has been championed by atheists at least as far back as the time of Charles Darwin, and it is increasingly touted today. For example, Richard […]
EPS Panel Discussion On Divine Simplicity With Richard Howe, Brian Huffling, Stephen Davis, and William Lane Craig
In November of 2018 I was on a panel with Richard Howe, Stephen Davis, and William Lane Craig at an Evangelical Philosophical Society session hosted by the American Academy of […]
The Problems Thomists Don’t Have
An intro course or book about philosophy will quickly reveal that much of philosophy is an attempt to solve problems and answer questions. To an extent this is the sine qua […]
A Window into Christian Philosophy
I have some sympathies for all of these understandings, and yet, in our little corner of the world at SES, we find something incredibly attractive about philosophy; both its rigor and its relationship to the life of faith. In what follows I’d like to open a window into this latter experience of philosophy, namely, the way philosophy can play a role in the Christian’s devotional life.