November 30, 2020Virtual Meeting via AAR/SBL Registration 4:00 – 5:30 PM (EST) Analyzing Doctrine Book Panel Last year marks the ten-year anniversary of the publication of Michael Rea and Oliver Crisp’s book, Analytic Theology: New Essays in the Philosophy of Theology. While, arguably, analytic theology had been done prior to this book, this edited volume gaveContinue reading “Analyzing Doctrine Book Panel”
For all of those who have been involved with Eternity Bible College, yesterday was a great day. We officially heard back from ABHE that the school is now accredited! This is great news for the institution and for the students as well. Here is an old video about what makes EBC distinct:
Theology is irrelevant to our life as Christians. At least that’s what many evangelicals tend to believe. There is this thought that runs through much of evangelicalism that theology is either irrelevant because we should be focusing on practical things. There is also another line of thought that seems to believe that theology is dangerousContinue reading “Theology as Discipleship”
Recently it was announced that St. Andrews University (thanks to the Templeteon Foundation) would be joining Fuller Seminary in kicking off a program in Analytic Theology…. Some of the biggest issues facing humanity will form the basis of study at a new international institute to be based at the University of St Andrews. The LogosContinue reading “Analytic Theology at St. Andrews”
Today, theology finds itself facing an identify crisis. Who are theologians, and what are they doing? Are they historians with a special focus on Christian Church history? Are they analytical philosophers of religion? Or are they simply linguists with a special focus on Greek and Hebrew languages? Theology is in an identity crisis and commonContinue reading “Theology Under Crisis”
Paul Molnar, author of one of the most important books on T.F. Torrance and contributor to Jason Sexton’s Point-Counterpoint Trinity book, explains how to get a job in academic theology…
Fred Sanders, a theologian who has mastered the art of social media, offers some advice for people who want to become academic theologians. He encourages us to pick a major doctrine to specialize in and resist the temptation to specialize in some obscure doctrine… Also – know your primary sources & learn some languages!
Oliver Crisp, the theologian who has been a sort of model for my own theology, offers some advice for those thinking about becoming academic theologians….