The Moral Argument for God’s Existence: Some Thomistic Natural Law Musings
Enjoy this blog pulled from the SES archives by Dr. Richard Howe, originally published at richardghowe.com. In continuing my discussion on theistic arguments, I would be remiss if I said […]
Divine Impassibility: God As Our Unaffected Fortress
Several of my previous blogs have dealt with divine simplicity and some objections to the doctrine. As I have written, it is the most important divine attribute, even if it […]
How Do I Know that I Know?
In 2013, I had the privilege of participating in both a written and panel dialog/debate with K. Scott Oliphint of Westminster Seminary and Jason Lisle founder of the Biblical Science […]
Are There Modern Forms of “Eugenics”?
Question: Are there modern forms of “eugenics” about which we should be concerned? Yes, there are modern, cutting-edge technologies concerning human reproduction that taken together, constitute a high-tech almost surreal […]
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 […]