Resources for Christian Philosophy Professors On-line

Thanks to Cadre for these resources:

Homepage of  Francis J. Beckwith – Francis J. Beckwith is Associate Director of the J. M.  Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies, and Associate Professor of  Church-State Studies, at Baylor University. Site includes a number of articles  on the philosophy of the culture wars.

Virtual Office of  William Lane Craig – William Lane Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy  at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California. Site contains articles
and transcripts of debates on issues like Christian Particularism, Existence of  God, Historicity of Jesus, Divine Omniscience and Divine Eternity.

Dr. Daniel Howard-Snyder – Website  for Dr. Snyder, Department of Philosophy, Western Washington University. His  books and papers section contains a number of papers on Epistemology and the  Philosophy of Religion.

Dr. Peter Kreeft – Website for  Dr. Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College. He is a regular  contributor to several Christian publications, is in wide demand as a speaker at
conferences, and is the author of over 40 books including: Three Philosophies of  Life, Prayer: the Great Conversation, and Fundamentals of the Faith. Has a good  audio page.

Robert Koon’s  Western Theism – Robert Koons is a Christian and Teaches Philosophy at the  University of Texas. He is one of the leading Christian apologists in the  country and no one understands the Cosmological argument better than he.

Thomistic  Philosophy Page– An outstanding website exploring the philosophy of Thomas  Aquinas put together by Joseph M. Magee, Ph.D., Director of Campus Ministry,  Catholic Student Center at Sam Houston State University. His Virtual Office has a  few additional papers related to the philosophy of Aristotle and Aquinas.

Reading Greats and  Doing Philosophy: Dr. Scott H. Moore’s Virtual Office – Dr. Moore, Director,  Great Texts Program and Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University,
teaches in the areas of the philosophy of religion and contemporary continental  philosophy.

Selected  On-line Papers for Dr. J.P. Moreland– JP currently is a professor at the  Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California, where he teaches in the master’s program in philosophy and ethics. His articles have been published in  more than thirty professional journals, such as American Philosophical  Quarterly; Metaphilosophy; and Philosophy and Phenomeological Research. He has  written, coauthored, or edited a dozen books, including Christianity and the  Nature of Science.

Dr. Michael  Murray – Website for Dr. Snyder, Associate Professor and Chair of the  Department of Philosophy, Franklin and Marshall University. His books and papers
specialize in Leibniz, Philosophy of Religion, and Metaphysics.

Alvin  Plantinga: The Analytic Theist -A website devoted to the papers and audio of  Alvin Plantiga who has filled the John A. O’Brien Chair of Philosophy at the  University of Notre Dame since 1982.

Homepage of Dr. John Mark Reynolds – Homepage for Biola University Professor Dr. John Mark Reynolds, the director of  the Torrey Honors Institute, a unique Christian classics program which he  founded. He also teaches classes for Talbot’s MA Philosophy program, and the MA  in Apologetics program.

Virtual Office of Robert  Sloan – Website for Professor Robert Sloan. Includes links on Philosophy of  Religion, Miracles and Naturalism.

Papers by Greg Welty – A  collection of papers by Christian Greg Welty, Assistant Professor of Philosophy  at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, including his Masters of
Philosophy Thesis: “An Examination of Theistic Conceptual Realism as an  Alternative to Theistic Activism”.


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