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In conjunction with the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), the Evangelical Philosophical Society’s 2024 annual meeting will happen in San Diego, California, Wednesday, November 20 – Friday, November 22, at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. Dr. Charity Anderson from Baylor University will give the plenary address called “Divine Hiddenness and Evidence for God.”

Register now for early registration rates. Hotel rates and discounts are available via the ETS’s website.


We invite paper submissions or proposals for panel discussions addressing any topic of interest to Christian philosophers. All areas of philosophy are welcome, including analytic and continental approaches.

Special Tracks

We also invite submissions for two special tracks being held. We will dedicate one morning session (four papers) to the topic of apologetics. We will also dedicate a morning session (four papers) to the topic of science, mathematics, and technology. The science and technology track will be followed in the afternoon by a panel discussion on the same topic. If you would like to apply to one of the two tracks, please indicate in your submission email for which track you would like to be considered.

Graduate Student Philosophy Paper Contest

As part of our initiative to help develop graduate student scholarship, the EPS will be awarding a $1000 prize for the best graduate student philosophy paper and a $250 prize for second place. In order to be considered for these prizes, full papers must be submitted. If you are a graduate student, please indicate this in your submission email so you can be considered for the contest. The final draft of the paper should not exceed 3,200 words. To receive a prize, the author must attend the meeting. If the winning authors are unable to attend, the prize will go to the next runner-up.

Deadline and Submission Process

To be considered, a proposal (abstract) of 100-200 words must be received by April 15, 2024, by the end of the day at Proposals should be prepared for blind review and sent as either a doc(x) or PDF attachment. Submissions that include the full text of the paper will be given priority. The body of the email should include the following information:

  • Author’s name
  • Contact information (at least email)
  • Title of paper
  • Institutional affiliation
  • Time constraints / preferences
    • Days and times you CANNOT read the paper
    • Days and times you would PREFER to read the paper
    • While we will do our best to accommodate your preferences, inflexibility with regard to possible reading times may make your paper more difficult to accept.
  • Whether you are willing to serve as a moderator for EPS sessions

Guidelines for Presentations

  • Paper should take no more than 25 minutes to read, leaving 10-15 minutes for discussion.
  • Cancellation: Please communicate all cancellations to the moderator of your session. If you need to cancel your presentation and it has already been announced via the conference program, please plan to have a friend or colleague read your paper on your behalf.

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