Creatively Bridging the ‘Interest Gap’: Personal and Professional Explorations
Christians in philosophy need to be creative in bridging the ‘interest gap’ between non-theistic philosophers and the Christian community.
Fortunately, the opportunities for bridging that gap are greater now than they have ever been, thanks both to the models of success provided by the founding generation of the Society of Christian Philosophers, and to the resurgence of classical metaphysical questions in the profession as a whole.
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