David Naugle offers an appraisal and critique of Paul Gould’s Essay on Academic Disciplines, Faithfulness and the Christian Scholar.
Paul Gould replies to Michael Austin, Gregory Ganssle, Richard Davis, and David Naugle as they respond to his Essay on Academic Disciplines, Faithfulness, and the Christian Scholar
Michael Austin responds to Paul Gould’s Essay on Academic Disciplines, Faithfulness, and the Christian scholar and draws implications for ethics and moral formation.
Michael J. White discusses two important imperatives and their application to Christian philosophers in the secular academy.
This article outlines some of the main responsibilities of Christian philosophers at secular schools in light of their roles, responsibility and influence.
Does the practice of Christian philosophy (or should it, at any rate) produce wisdom? This contribution to the Christ-shaped philosophy project considers that question in light of the offerings of analytic philosophy and theology.