Michael Chaberek’s EPS interview unpacks the thesis of his latest book and web paper on Thomism and evolution.
Thomas Aquinas and Theistic Evolution
This article addresses the problem of using Aquinas to defend theistic evolution within the Christian theological tradition.
Addendum: More Rebuttals of Walls from Pharaoh’s Magicians’
Steven Cowan and Greg Welty offer an addendum to their Summer 2015 Philosophia Christi article that critiques Jerry Walls’s objections against compatibilism.
Web Project: Philosophical Discussions on Marriage and Family Topics
Instructions for Submitting a Paper Proposal Purpose: For scholars interested in ethics, theology, and philosophy work on ‘marriage and family’ topics,
An Essay on Academic Disciplines, Faithfulness, and the Christian Scholar
Paul Gould argues that an academic discipline is best understood as a social practice. Mission takes place at the point of intersection between Christianity and dominant cultural stories. The idea of a missional professor emerges from this paper.
Part 7: Miracles and Christian Apologetics
How do miracles serve as evidence for one religious form of theism over and against other religious forms of theism?
Part 5: Miracles as Inconsistent with the Perfection of God
Robert Larmer considers how to respond to the claim that miracles are inconsistent with affirming the perfection of God.
Introducing The Outrageous Idea of the Missional Professor
Learn more about Paul Gould’s latest book about becoming a ‘missional professor.’