Engaging Paul Moser’s Christ-Shaped Philosophy (CSP), this paper argues that listening is a philosophical virtue that is an essential characteristic
Descartes and the Philosophy of Theological Anthropology
In summing up what he has explored in Descartes, Frederick Copleston complains that many later philosophers have ignored “the most
Descartes and the Secularization of Modern Philosophy
This paper discusses two matters that are of enduring theological importance, especially today: (a) the cogito and (b) mind-body interaction.
Remembering Ben Arbour
As many of you have likely heard, one of our members and his wife, Ben and Meg Arbour, were tragically
Keith Yandell Remembered
Dave Werther and Mark Linville offer their memories and reflections on the life, teaching, and scholarship of Keith Yandell, who passed away on April 28th.
The Economics of Anthropology: Imago Dei as a Source for Economic Principles
Graham Floyd shows the philosophical-theological significance of the imago Dei for the discipline of economics.
Psychic Immortality in The Eastern Church Fathers
Some of the Eastern fathers negate when speaking about the soul, while others do not. The result is that the soul is immortal in certain senses, but not in others.
The Politics of Theological Anthropology: Political Naturalism, Creation, and the Imago Dei
This paper argues that political naturalism is a position that should be adopted in theological anthropology.