The Evangelical Philosophical Society is pleased to introduce a unique and ongoing web project devoted to the foundations and meta-themes of theological anthropology.
Graham Oppy, Scott Oliphint, Timothy McGrew and Paul Moser extend their contributions from Four Views on Christianity and Philosophy.
Michael Austin, Gregory Ganssle, David Naugle, and Richard Davis respond to Paul Gould’s paper on academic disciplines, integration and being a missional professor.
Instructions for Submitting a Paper Proposal Purpose: For scholars interested in ethics, theology, and philosophy work on ‘marriage and family’ topics,
Learn about this EPS project that seeks to understand teaching, learning, and communicating as a Christian Philosopher? in a non-religious context.
Learn more about the unique Winter 2013 issue of Philosophia Christi on Ramified Natural Theology, along with ongoing discussions on this topic at the EPS website