“Penal substitution is more than unjust, it is by definition impossible!” This line of thought represents an important objection leveled … Continue reading Can Legal Philosophy Help Us Make Sense of Penal Substitution? (TGC Canada)
As you may know, I was part of a grant Fuller received to to Analytic Theology. That grant has come … Continue reading Call for Applications – “ON HUMAN NATURES: PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE IN THE SERVICE OF THEOLOGY”
Not too long ago I ran a giveaway of J.P. Moreland and William Lane Craig’s 2nd edition of Philosophical Foundations for … Continue reading Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview – GIVEAWAY WINNER
I received a copy of Philosophia Christi (The journal of the Evangelical Philosophical Society) in the mail today. It contains … Continue reading My Most Significant Publication Yet…
An article I wrote defending a version of penal substitutionary atonement just came out in “Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie … Continue reading Do We Believe in Consequences? Revisiting the “Incoherence Objection” to Penal Substitution
Not too long ago – okay quite a while ago – I wrote up a few things on William Lane … Continue reading Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview – GIVEAWAY!
The following is a summary/notes of Mark Murphy’s article, “Not Penal Substitution but Vicarious Punishment.” (Faith and Philosophy, 26.3, 2009) … Continue reading Not Penal Substitution But Vicarious Punishment