Talbot School of Theology
Miami University (Ohio)
Metafísica, Filosofia da Religião, Teologia Filosófica, Apologética Cristã, Teologia Analítica
Lógica, História da Filosofia, Teologia, Estudos Bíblicos
“A Defense of Platonic Theism”
Michael Bergmann (presidente), Jeffrey Brower, Paul Draper
Oklahoma Baptist University, Faculdade de Filosofia e Apologética, Faculdade de Pós-Graduação e
Estudos Profissionais (tempo parcial), agosto de 2018 - presente.
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Christian
Apologetics, agosto de 2017 a junho
de 2018 • Senior Research Fellow Faith and Culture, Land Center, 2015-June 2018.
• Presidente da Divisão de Filosofia e Ética, 2015 a junho
de 2018 • Professor Assistente de Filosofia e Apologética Cristã: 2014-2017
• Presidente do Departamento de Filosofia
2014-2015 CRU (antiga Cruzada do Campus para Cristo): 1997-2013
• Instituto de Estudos Bíblicos, professor
, 2009-2103 • Faculdade Common, Equipe Executiva
, 2009-2012 • Faculdade Common, Equipe de Campo
, 2001-2009 • Graduação Ministério, Equipe de Campo
, 1997-2001 Professor Adjunto de Filosofia, O Colégio no Sudeste (Wake Forest, NC): 2011 -2013
Estudante de Pós-Graduação em Filosofia, Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN): 2005-2010.
The Brewer Chair Research Assistantship, Mark Bernstein, Purdue University, Spring 2010.
Professor Adjunto de Filosofia, Indiana University-Kokomo (Kokomo, IN): 2004-2006.
1. Em breve, 2018. Stand Firm: Apologetics and the Brilliance of the Gospel (co-authored with Travis Dickinson and R. Keith Loftin). B & H Academic.
2. Em breve, 2019. Cultural Apologetics: Renewing the Christian Voice, Conscience, and Imagination in a Disenchanted World. Zondervan
3. Em breve, 2019. Philosophy: A Christian Introduction (co-authored with Jamie Dew). Baker Academic.
4. 2014. The Outrageous Idea of the Missional Professor. Wipf & Stock.
1. Em breve, 2019. The Story of the Cosmos. (co-edited with Daniel Ray). Harvest House
2. 2016. Four Views on Christianity and Philosophy (co-edited with Richard Brian Davis). Zondervan
3. 2014. Is Faith in God Reasonable? Debates in Philosophy, Science, and Rhetoric. (co-edited with Corey Miller). Routledge.
4. 2014. Beyond the Control of God? Six Views on the Problem of God and Abstract Objects. Bloomsbury Publishing Group.
5. 2014. Loving God with Your Mind: Essays in Honor of J.P. Moreland. (co-edited with Richard Brian Davis). Moody Press.
6. 2007. The Two Tasks of the Christian Scholar: Redeeming the Soul, Redeeming the Mind. (co-edited with William Lane Craig). Wheaton, IL: Crossway.
Artigos de periódicos referidos
1. Eminentes. “God, Atheism, and the Origins Debate. Southwestern Journal of Theology.
2. 2017. “Where the Bootstrapping Really Lies: A Neo-Aristotelian Reply to Panchuk,” (with Richard Brian Davis). International Philosophical Quarterly 57.4: 415-428.
3. 2014. “Theistic Activism and the Doctrine of Creation.” Philosophia Christi 16.2: 283-296.
4. 2014. “An Essay on Academic Disciplines, Faithfulness, and the Christian Scholar.” Christian Higher Education 13 (3): 167-182.
5. 2014. “Can God Create Abstract Objects? A Reply to Peter van Inwagen,” Sophia 53 (1): 99-112.
6. 2013. “How Does an Aristotelian Substance Have its Platonic Properties? Issues and Options,” Axiomathes 23 (2): 343-364.
7. 2012. “The Problem of Universals, Realism, and God,” Metaphysica Vol. 13:2: 183-194.
8. 2012. “The Problem of God and Abstract Objects: A Prolegomenon,” Philosophia Christi Vol. 13:2: 255-274.
9. 2011.Theistic Activism: A New Problem and Solution,” Philosophia Christi Vol. 13: 127-139.
de livros 1. Em processo, sob contrato. “Genesis and the Problem of Evil: Philosophical Musings on the Bible’s First Book,” in Cambridge Companion to Genesis, ed. Bill Arnold. Cambridge.
2. Em breve, 2019. “There are Universals,” in Problems in Philosophy, ed. Steven B. Cowan. Bloomsbury.
3. Em breve “Recapturing the Discarded Image,” in the Story of the Cosmos, eds. Paul M. GOULD and Daniel Ray. Harvest House.
4. 2014. “Modified Theistic Activism,” (with Richard Brian Davis) in Beyond the Control of God? Six Views on the Problem of God and Abstract Objects. Bloomsbury Publishing Group.
5.⇥2014 “Replies to Craig, Yandell, Oppy, Shalkowski, and Welty (with Richard Brian Davis),” in Paul GOULD, ed., Beyond the Control of God? Six Views on the Problem of God and Abstract Objects. Bloomsbury Publishing Group.
6. 2014. “Introduction,” in Paul GOULD, ed., Beyond the Control of God? Six Views on the Problem of God and Abstract Objects. Bloomsbury Publishing Group.
7. 2014. “Theism, Platonism, and Explanation,” (with Stan Wallace) in Loving God with Your Mind: Essays in Honor of J.P.
8. 2007. “The Two Tasks Introduced: The Fully Integrated Life of the Christian Scholar,” in The Two Tasks of the Christian Scholar, eds. Paul GOULD e William Lane Craig (Wheaton, IL: Crossway), 17-54.
Entradas da Enciclopédia
1. 2017. “Logical Positivism” (500 words), “Chinese Room Argument” (500 words), “Theism” (500 words). In The Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science, eds. Paul Copan, Tremper Longman, Mike Strauss, Chris Reese. Zondervan
Resenhas de Livros e Ensaios de Revisão
1. Em breve. “The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Imagination,” ed. by Amy Kind, Southwestern Journal of Theology.
2. Em breve, 2019. “Idealism and Christian Philosophy,” eds. Steven B. Cowen and James S. Spiegel, Southwestern Journal of Theology.
3. 2017. “God Over All,” by William Lane Craig, Philosophia Christi 19.2: 469-472.
4. 2016. “Reading CS Lewis: Um Comentário”, de Wesley A. Kort, Themelios.
5. 2015. “Urban Apologetics,” by Christopher Brooks, The Great Commission Research Journal.
6. 2014. "Deus e o Mal", ed. por Chad Meister e Jamie Dew, Philosophia Christ 16.2: 460-464.
7. 2013. “God and Necessity,” by Brian Leftow, Philosophia Christi 15 (2): 494-497.
8. 2013. “Creation and the Sovereignty of God,” by Hugh McCann, Faith and Philosophy 30 (3): 361-364.
9.⇥2013 “Intentionality and God: A Review Essay of Scott Smith’s Naturalism and Our Knowledge of Reality,” Philo Vol. 15.1: 97-105.
10. 2012. “The Consequences of (Some) Ideas,” Cultural Encounters Vol. 8:1:115-126. [review essay of James Davison Hunter’s To Change the World]
11. 2011. “Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind” by Mark Noll, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society Vol. 54.4: 874-877.
12. 2011. “Perspectives on the Doctrine of God: Four Views,” Philosophia Christi Vol. 13: 227-231.
Ensaios e Miscelânea Populares
1. 2017. “Three Reasons Why I Teach Philosophy at a Seminary.” Christian Research Journal Vol. 40, n 6 (2017): 58-9.
2. 2017. “Three Ways to Teach Your Kids Apologetics (Without Them Realizing It),” (with Ethel M. GOULD). Christian Research Journal Vol. 40, n 2 (2017): 26-31.
3. 2015. “Further Reflections on Academic Faithfulness: Replies to Friendly Critics,” EPS Web Symposium, found here: http://www.epsociety.org/library/articles.asp?pid=283&mode=detail.
4. 2015. “Is Bigger Better? C. S. Lewis, Atheism, and the Argument from Size.” Knowing and Doing (Winter): 3, 15–18.
5. 2014. “The Church Needs Philosophers and Philosophers need the Church,” published on April 23 at the Gospel Coalition website.
Curso de Graduação Ministrado:
Introdução à Filosofia
Contemporânea Visão Mundial
Características da Virtude
Divina Seminário de Civilização no Início
do Século XIX Seminário
Cursos de Pós-Graduação Ministrados (Mestrado):
Filosofia da Religião
Deus e o Mal
Fé Cristã e Ciência
Apologética de CS Lewis
Cursos de Pós-Graduação da Canon Ensinados (PhD)
A Metafísica da Criação
Deus e Objetos Abstratos
1. Chad Meeks, “A Soulless Science: An Inquiry into the Limitations of Physical Science In Detecting a Non-physical Soul” (Supervisor, defended Spring 2016
2. Bradly J. Collier, “God and Fruitless Evil” (reader, defended Spring 2015)
3. John Gilhooly, “Angelic Assumption of the Body in Thomas Aquinas and Scripture” (reader, defended Spring 2014)
1.⇥2018, Forthcoming in November. “On the possibility of Re-enchantment,” Panel on Apatheism, AAR/SBL national meeting, Denver, Colorado.
2. 2017. “Where the Bootstrapping Really Lies: A Neo-Aristotelian Reply to Panchuk,” (with Richard Brian Davis), November, National Evangelical Philosophical Society, Providence, Rhode Island.
3. 2015. “A (Few) New Value Arguments for God,” November, National Evangelical Philosophical Society, Atlanta, GA.
4. 2013. “God’s Free, Rational, and Sovereign Creation of All Distinct (Necessary and Contingent) Reality,” November, National Evangelical Philosophical Society, Baltimore, MD.
5. 2012. Panelist response to Scott Smith’s Naturalism and Our Knowledge of Reality,” November, National Evangelical Philosophical Society, Milwaukee, WI.
6. 2012. “The Problem of Universals, Realism, and God,” March, Evangelical Philosophical Society Southeast Regional Conference, Wake Forest; November, National Evangelical Philosophical Society, Milwaukee, WI.
7. 2011. “An Essay on Academic Disciplines, Faithfulness, and the Christian Scholar,” November, Evangelical Philosophical Society National Conference, San Francisco.
8. 2011. “Can God Create Abstract Objects? A Reply to van Inwagen,” March, Society of Christian Philosophers East, Fordham University.
9. 2010. “’Whatever Platonic Properties Can Do, So Too Divine Concepts’: A Reply To Leftow”, April, Society of Christian Philosophers Midwest, Calvin College.
(SELECIONADO) PALESTRAS CONVIDADAS
1. 2018, em outubro. “On the Re-enchantment of the World,” Denver Seminary, The Gordon Lewis Center for Christian Thought and Culture, Denver, Colorado.
2. 2017. “On the Re-enchantment of the World,” “An Invitation to Christian Philosophy,” September, Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
3. 2017. “Construindo Pontes para o Evangelho”, “A Ciência Despreza Deus?” May, Waterhouse Lecture Series, Honolulu, Hawaii.
4. 2017. “Building Bridges to the Gospel,” “Re-enchantment and an Apologetic of Return,” February, International Society of Christian Apologetics, Keynote Speaker, Dallas, Texas.
5. 2016: “Cultural Apologetics” and “An Invitation to Christian Philosophy,” October, Ratio Christi National Symposium, Charlotte, NC.
6. 2015: “Cultural Apologetics,” November, EPS Apologetics Conference.
7. 2015. University of Toronto, “Does Jesus Answer Life’s Biggest Questions?”, “On Being a Missional Professor,” February, sponsored by Power to Change.
8. 2015. Tyndale University, “The Christian Platonism of C. S. Lewis,” “On Being a Missional Professor,” invited talks to students and faculty.
9. 2014. Texas Christian University, “Evidence for the Resurrection,” March, sponsored by CRU.
10. 2014. University of Calgary & Mount Royal University, “Does God Care?” Janeiro, patrocinado pela Power to Change.
11. 2013. “Can God Create Abstract Objects? A Reply to Peter van Inwagen,” May, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary PhD Symposium.
12. 2012. “Faith and the Academy,” October, Ratio Christi Symposium.
13. 2012. University of Florida, “Against Saving the World on Your Own Time,” January, sponsored by Faculty Commons.
14. 2011. Charge at the Evangelical Philosophical Society Banquet, “Against Saving the World on Your Own Time,” November.
15. 2011. University of California, Berkeley, “Is Christianity Good for the World?” Novembro, patrocinado pela Campus Crusade for Christ.
16. 2011. Stanford University, “The Two Tasks of the Christian Scholar,” November (to Faculty), sponsored by Faculty Commons.
17. 2011. Symposium on Christianity and the Academy, “Integrating Christianity and the Academy” (keynote address), October, sponsored by Ratio Christi.
18. 2011. Northeastern University, “Four Questions that leave Christians Speechless,” October, sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ.
19. 2011. Ball State University, “O cristianismo é bom para o mundo?” Março, patrocinado pela Campus Crusade for Christ.
20. 2010. Student Leadership Conference, taught 10 hours on faith and scholarship for the “Post Graduate Track,” November, sponsored by the Tertiary Student Christian Fellowship, New Zealand.
21. 2010. University of Kansas, “The Two Tasks of the Christian Scholar,” October (to Faculty); “Four Questions that leave Christians speechless” (to students), sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ.
22. 2010. Michigan State University, “Why does God Allow Suffering?” Março, patrocinado pela Campus Crusade for Christ.
23. 2009. National Staff Conference, Colorado, “Understanding the Theology of the Emergent Church,” July, sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ.
24. 2009. Ohio University. “Priceless or Ordinary: Two Competing Views of Being Human,” February, sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ.
25. 2006. University of Chicago, “Can Man Live Without God?” Fevereiro, patrocinado pela Campus Crusade for Christ.
26. 2005. University of Michigan, “Can Man Live Without God?” Outubro, patrocinado pelo Christian Graduate Group.
27. 2005. Miami University (Ohio), “Why Does God Allow Suffering?” Outubro, patrocinado pela Campus Crusade for Christ.
28. 2005. Butler University, “Open Forum on Christianity,” April, sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ.
29. 2004. Northwestern University, “Postmodernism,” November, sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ.
30 de janeiro. 2004. University of Toledo, “Tough Questions about God,” October, sponsored by Campus Crusade for Christ.
Sociedade Filosófica Evangélica
• Vice-presidente (2016-presente)
• Membro do comitê executivo (2014-presente)
Society of Christian Philosophers
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