Coffee At Richard Swinburne’s Apartment

When my wife and I were in Oxford in September 2016, we were honored to have the opportunity to go to the house of Dr. Richard Swinburne and have coffee. For those who know my Clarkian persuasions, and for those who are familiar with the scholarly work of Dr. Swinburne, […]

Alvin Goldman On Reformed Epistemology

For epistemology enthusiasts who also follow Alvin Plantinga and Reformed Epistemology.  Alvin Goldman argues against reformed epistemology and is rebutted by Michael Antony.  Discussion ensues afterward. God and Cognitive Science – Alvin Goldman    

An Idiot’s Guide to Learning about the Clark-Van Til Controversy

In the Christian world, it seems that the reading of Gordon Clark and Cornelius Van Til has all but perished.  In the philosophical world, there has been a resurgence of Christian philosophers building on the work of Richard Swinburne, Alvin Plantinga, and others, yet you can barely find mention of […]

Platonism and Anti-Realism

Recently, I’ve been listening to William Lane Craig’s Defenders lectures on Systematic Theology.  In these 3 consecutive sessions, he gets into some surprisingly sophisticated stuff.  It is not surprisingly sophisticated for Dr. Craig, but surprisingly sophisticated for a Sunday School class.  Interestingly, the class seems to be tracking with him […]

Systematic Theology from William Lane Craig

William Lane Craig is the most well-known Christian apologist in the world.  He is most famous for his public debates with both popular and academic critics of Christianity and for his apologetic writings.  Because Dr. Craig is not reformed nor presuppositional in his apologetic, he is often criticized by reformed […]

What Kind of Internalist Are You?

A simplified definition of internalism[1] is this:  an internalist believes that a person must be aware of his justification for P in order for his belief in P to be justified.  I believe this is the simplest definition of internalism that most internalists would use.  However, this is not the […]

Short Note on Scripturalism, Foundationalism, Externalism, and Internalism

Cjay and I have been discussing where Scripturalism fits within today’s epistemological framework.  It can be difficult to sort through modern terminology such as:  foundationalism, externalism, internalism, etc. and to understand the subtleties within each.  It can also be challenging to correctly fit Scripturism into these categories because they were […]

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