Christopher Woznicki illuminates T. F. Torrance’s doctrine of atonement in which human nature is an abstract universal that is instantiated by Christ and participated in by all other human beings.
This paper explores several intellectual character traits that can hinder as well as aid the cultivation of intellectual courage in the Christian philosophical community.
This paper focuses on models of the soul and asks how each model might understand our unity as a church.
D. Glenn Butner, Jr. explores and responds to Kevin Hector’s therapeutic theory of language and identifies two problems that arise from Hector’s failure to develop a sufficient theological anthropology that explains how a human can consistently speak to God.
The Evangelical Philosophical Society is pleased to introduce a unique and ongoing web project devoted to the foundations and meta-themes of theological anthropology.
J. Daniel McDonald offers a robust view of metaphilosophy and its implications for Paul Moser’s Christ-shaped philosophy
Elliott Crozat addresses gender dichotomism and transgenderism, and argues that there is an unmet burden on transgenderism to show why gender dichotomism is false.