R. Scott Smith interacts with Dallas Willard’s posthumously published book, The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge, and identifies a ‘spiritual issue’ that is integral to Dallas’ argument for understanding the ‘disappearance’ problem.
Universals and their Implications on Sexuality, Gender, Race, and Species
Graham Floyd unpacks the philosophical implications of what is meant by sexuality, race, and species if nominalism is true.
Souls Without Thisnesses: A Rejoinder to Joshua Farris
William Hasker responds to the latest response from Joshua Farris on issues related to metaphysics of souls.
A Response to Hasker’s Emergent Dualism and Emergent Creationism
Joshua Farris replies to William Hasker’s Philosophia Christi response to his 2018 article.
Deriving the Imago Dei from the Incarnation
Graham Floyd proposes that the doctrine of the Incarnation, coupled with the doctrine of divine omniscience and theory of divine ideas, can provide an explanation concerning what properties constitute the divine image.
Transgenderism, Human Ontology, and the Metaphysics of Properties
This paper argues that the narrative of transgenderism contains mutually inconsistent claims and therefore fails.
Natural Anthropology and Revealed Anthropology
This paper argues that that discoveries in natural anthropology can affect our understanding of revealed anthropology itself.
A Child’s Right to Religious Autonomy: A Response to Hugh LaFollette
Amy Davison evaluates philosopher Hugh LaFollette’s arguments against the use of the first amendment as justification for the removal of children from public school curriculum which their Christian parents find offensive