I have been doing a quite of bit of thinking about the relationship between theology and philosophy lately. That was partially spurred on by thoughts of going back to school next fall but also because I have been doing some reading in religious epistemology – I have been making my way through T.F. Torrance’s RealityContinue reading “On Philosophers and Dieticians”
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How Can Philosophy be Used in the Church?
Timothy Pawl (University of St. Thomas) is a brilliant brilliant man. I first heard him at the Los Angeles Theology Conference two years ago, some of his replies to the other speakers blew my mind and forced me to ask myself – who is this guy??!!?! Well I recently stumbled across a video in whichContinue reading “How Can Philosophy be Used in the Church?”
Why Philosophy of Religion?
Oliver Crisp, Professor of Systematic Theology at Fuller Seminary, talks about the purpose of doing philosophy of religion.
Book Review – Prelude to Philosophy by Mark Foreman
My story is all too common. I was going on a mission trip to Uganda and I had sent support letters to my old high school teachers. In my letter I explained what God had been doing in my life and how he had led me to study philosophy at UCLA. That is when allContinue reading “Book Review – Prelude to Philosophy by Mark Foreman”