All We Need Is Love, But What Is It?
Happy late Valentine’s Day, the day of the year where everyone focuses on “love.” But do we really understand what love is? We hear the phrase thrown around a lot […]
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 […]
Why Release a Statement on Racism and Social Justice?
SES recently released a rather lengthy statement outlining our specific take on current racial tensions and social justice issues. After two months of national unrest over these issues, why release […]
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 […]
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 […]