Love: Creaturely and Divine

On the fifth week of the 2017 AT Seminar Series Sameer Yadav, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Westmont University, delivered a paper titled “Love: Creaturely and Divine.” In his paper Yadav dealt with Schellenberg’s divine hiddenness argument by providing what could be called a “Plantingian Divine Imaging Defense.” An Overview of “Love: Creaturely andContinue reading “Love: Creaturely and Divine”

Fundamentalists and the “Stupid Sumbitch”

Alvin Plantinga on the pejorative use of the term “Fundamentalist”(via Michael Bird): We must first look into the use of this term ‘fundamentalist’. On the most common contemporary academic use of the term, it is a term of abuse or disapprobation, rather like ‘son of a bitch’, more exactly ‘sonovabitch’, or perhaps still more exactlyContinue reading “Fundamentalists and the “Stupid Sumbitch””

What is the Most Important Work of Theology Written in the 21st Century?

What is the Most Important Work of Theology Written in the 21st Century? Only time will tell (we are only 15 years in!), but Oliver Crisp has given his opinion on what book it is: “I tell my students that Warranted Christian Belief is the most important work of theology that has been written soContinue reading “What is the Most Important Work of Theology Written in the 21st Century?”

According to Alvin Plantinga You Should Read These Three Books

I recently came across an interview with Alvin Plantinga done in 2011. In it he was asked some questions about what brought him back, where he thinks the current state of Calvin College is, and some questions about philosophy. When asked what three books every Calvin alum should read he responded with the following books:Continue reading “According to Alvin Plantinga You Should Read These Three Books”