Evangelical Philosophical Society

October 31, 2007

Same old URL, sweet new look. Check out the updated website here.

Incidentally, we are honored to be listed on EPS’s website as a web resource.

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Denver Seminary is hosting the Rocky Mountain AAR/SBL regional meeting!

August 30, 2007

For all those interested, Denver Seminary in Littleton, CO. will be hosting the Rocky Mountain~Great Plains Regional meeting this upcoming March 28-29. For more information go to http://moses.creighton.edu/aar/index.html. The schools in the following diagram are expected to be participating in the conference.
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Areopagus Journal

July 23, 2007

Among the many terrific Christian apologetic journals is the Areopagus Journal. It is published bi-monthly, and features articles written by such notable Christian scholars as Steve Cowan, William Lane Craig, Paul Copan, Gary Habermas, J. P. Moreland , Craig Blomberg, Doug Groothuis, Jay Wesley Richards, Ben Witherington, and others. Incidentally, a one year subscription is only $25.

Several months ago I took over as the book review editor of the journal, which has been a delight and a privilege. I am currently looking for Christians (especially professors, Bible college, seminary, or university students, pastors, etc) who are interested in contributing book reviews to the journal. Feel free to respond or ask questions in the comments. If you’re interested but don’t want your email address to remain in the comments, say so and I will write it down and delete your comment. Thanks all!


Apologetics Journal

December 21, 2006

Among the many terrific Christian apologetic journals is the Areopagus Journal. It is published bi-monthly, and features articles written by such notable Christian scholars as Steve Cowan, William Lane Craig, Paul Copan, Gary Habermas, J. P. Moreland , Craig Blomberg, Doug Groothuis, Jay Wesley Richards, Ben Witherington, and others. Incidentally, a one year subscription is only $25.

Several months ago I took over as the book review editor of the journal, which has been a delight and a privilege. I am currently looking for Christians (especially professors, Bible college, seminary, or university students, pastors, etc) who are interested in contributing book reviews to the journal. Feel free to respond or ask questions in the comments. If you’re interested but don’t want your email address to remain in the comments, say so and I will write it down and delete your comment. Thanks all!