Continuing discussion.

EPS Blog

This is the blog area for the Evangelical Philosophical Society and its journal, Philosophia Christi.

Monday, October 6, 2008

EPS Midwest Regional Call for Papers

Spring Meeting in conjunction with the 54th Spring Meeting of the Midwest Region of the Evangelical Theological Society

Ashland Theological Seminary, Ashland, Ohio

20-21 March 2009 (Friday 8 AM-Saturday 1 PM)

Send philosophy paper proposals/abstracts, with name and contact information by 15 December 2008 to:

Timothy Paul Erdel

Bethel College

1001 W. McKinley Ave.

Mishawaka, Indiana 46545

Phone: (574) 257-2570


Fax: (574) 807-7426

Some priority to EPS members. Conference presenters must be registered for meeting.

Conference registration (starting in January) through the Evangelical Theological Society. Contact Robert Kurka (Lincoln Christian College and Seminary), Midwest Region ETS Secretary-Treasurer at

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Thursday, October 2, 2008

Calvin College Seminar Opportunities

2009 Summer Seminar Opportunities

"Flame of Love: Social Science and Theology on the Great Commandment"

July 13-24, 2009, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

Participants: Stephen Post, SUNY Stony Brook; Margaret Poloma and Matthew Lee, University of Akron

How do God?s love and human caring interact? What happens when they do? Stephen Post, who directs the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics at Stony Brook University, joins University of Akron sociologists Margaret Poloma and Matthew Lee to lead a review of their research on "Godly Love", the human attempt to live out the divine vision
of radical love.

"Deliver Us from Evil: Genocide and the Christian World"

June 22-July 10, 2009, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

James Waller, University of Vermont

What roles do Christian churches play in cultures where killing an entire group of people is seriously considered, or even tried? James Waller, social psychologist and author of Becoming Evil: How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing (Oxford, 2nd ed., 2007), will lead an examination of churches' roles in times of genocide and the consequences for contemporary Christian thought and practice.

"Philosophical Reflections on Liturgy"

June 22 ? July 10, 2009, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

Nicholas Wolterstorff, Yale University; and Terence Cuneo, University of

This research and writing seminar aims to turn the conversation in philosophy of religion toward
liturgy, the ritual enactment of Christian faith, hope and mission. It also seeks to add philosophical depth to the current scholarship on worship and liturgy. Cuneo is a participant in and student of the Orthodox tradition and Wolterstorff is perhaps the most-published of any current philosopher on liturgy

Application deadline is January 16, 2009

For more information and application requirements, visit

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Monday, September 1, 2008

Science and Human Nature Conference

Baylor University is hosting "Science and Human Nature Conference: Russian and Western Perspectives."

November 6-8, 2008

For other philosophy conferences of interest, click here.

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Thursday, May 15, 2008

EPS News and Events

Our web team, through Genesis Integrated Technologies, has been busy making some important changes to our events and news item pages, which also includes a listing of other non-EPS sponsored events.

If you have an event to promote or advertise, please contact us.

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