Papers Bibliographies Bibliography on Theism, Atheism, and Agnosticism Bibliography on Apologetic Systems Bibliography on Apologetics Bibliography on Classical Philosophy Bibliography on New Religious Movements Bible and Theology A Commentary on Certain Differences Between the 1963 Baptist Faith and Message and the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message James, Dead Faith, Salvation, and Justification: James 2:14-26 (PowerPoint pfd deck here) Having Done All These Things: Comments on Hebrews 6:4-6a (notes) (handout) Rethinking Adam in the Garden: Genesis 2:15 Some Concerns about a Revivalist's View of "How to Hear from God" What Does This Verse Mean to You? Verses Most Commonly Taken Out of Context (Pt. 1) (Pt. 2) (Pt. 3) Gary W. Derickson “What Is the Message of 1 John?” (Bibliotheca Sacra 150 (January-March 1993): 89-105) Tom Howe “A Response to Bart D. Ehrman’s Misquoting Jesus Apologetics Bibliography on Apologetics Bibliography on New Religious Movements Critical Thinking: So Often Ignored, It’s a Sin: A Few Thoughts on Kurt Eichenwald’s “The Bible: So Misunderstood, It’s a Sin” Does the Bible Teach Reincarnation? A Response to Joe Fisher's "The Lost Chord of Christianity" Inerrancy of the Bible, the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, and More Explaining Inerrancy (pdf) PDF Deck on Inerrancy (color) (b&w) (3x b&w) (6x b&w) Signatories of the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy (pdf) Typed list of Signatories of the International Council on Biblical Inerancy (pdf) ICBI Chicago Statement (pdf) ICBI Chicago Statement on Hermeneutics (pdf) ICBI Chicago Statement on Application (pdf) How the ICBI Began (pdf) Norman L. Geisler, "The Concept of Truth in the Inerrancy Debate" (pdf) G. K. Beale, “Can the Bible Be Completely Inspired by God and Yet Still Contain Errors? A Response to Some Recent ‘Evangelical’ Proposals” Westminster Theological Journal 73 (2011): 1-22. (pdf) International Society of Christian Apologetics (ISCA) Newsletters (Summer 2016) (Winter 2017) Modern Witchcraft: It May Not Be What You Think On Red Herrings, the Ambiguity of 'Natural' and the Fallacy of Equivocation in the Intelligent Design/Evolution Debate Satanism: A Taste for the Dark Side Some Concerns about Holistic Medicine, Dr. Bernie Siegel, and New Age Occultism  (Response to a Critic) Some Concerns about John C. Maxwell Some Concerns about Norman Vincent Peale and The Power of Positive Thinking “Some Brief Critical Thoughts on Presuppositionalism” Some Theological Differences Between Evangelical Christianity and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormonism) Satanism: A Taste for the Dark Side Young Earth Presuppositionalism Philosophy Richard G. Howe      Aquinas on Existence and the Essence/Existence Distinction Bibliography on Classical Philosophy Defending the Handmaid: How Theology Needs Philosophy Future Contingencies and the Law of Excluded Middle in Aristotle and Some Philosophers Rethinking the Moral Argument: How Does Morality Depend on God? The Problem with A. J. Ayer and the Function of Philosophy Thomistic Responses to Some Objections to Aquinas' Second Way Two Notions of the Infinite in Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica I, Questions 2 and 46 Jan A. Aertsen  ”The Convertibility of Being and Good in St. Thomas Aquinas” New Scholasticism 59 (1985): 449-470. Edward Feser (off site) Classical Theism Natural Theology, Natural Science, and the Philosophy of Nature To a Louse The “One God Further” Objection Does Morality Depend on God? God and Possible Worlds God, Man, and Classical Theism God, Obligation, and the Euthyphro Dilemma God and Possible Worlds Teleology: A Shopper's Guide Progressive Dematerialization William Lane Craig on Divine Simplicity Craig on Theistic Personalism Craig on Divine Simplicity and Theistic Personalism Edward Feser / Keith Parsons Debate Background Feser: “Non-Story of the Year” Feser: “The Brutal Facts about Keith Parsons” Feser: “I Was Wrong about Keith Parsons” Opening Feser: “Four Questions for Keith Parsons” Parsons: “Answering Prof. Feser” Exchange #1: Four Questions for Keith Parsons Feser: “An Exchange with Keith Parsons, Part I” Parsons: “Response to Prof. Feser’s Response (Part I)” “Reply to Prof. Feser’s Second Question” Feser: “An Exchange with Keith Parsons, Part II” Parsons: “Response to Prof. Feser’s Response to … etc (Part II)” “Response to Prof. Feser’s Third Question” Feser: “An Exchange with Keith Parsons, Part III” Parsons: “Reply to Prof. Feser’s Response, (Part III)” “Reply to Prof. Feser’s Fourth Question” Feser: “An Exchage with Keith Parsons, Part IV” Parsons: “Reply to Prof. Feser’s Response, (Part IV) Exchange #2: ”Can Morality Have a Rational Justification if Atheism or Naturalism Is True?” Feser: “A Second Exchange with Keith Parsons, Part I” Parson: “Morality and Atheism: An Exchange with Prof. Feser” Feser: “A Second Exchange with Keith Parsons, Part II” Parsons: “Belated Response to Ed Feser” Norman L. Geisler ”The Concept of Truth in the Inerrancy Debate” Bibliotheca Sacra 137, No. 548 (Oct.-Dec. 1980): 327-339. A. J. Hoover Don’t You Believe It! Poking Holes in Faulty Logic George P. Klubertanz “St. Thomas on the Knowlege of the Singular” The New Scholasticism 26, No. 2 (April 1952): 135- John F. X. Knasas “Thomistic Existentialism and the Silence of the Quinque Viae Modern Schoolman 63 (March 1986): 157-171. Joseph Owens “Aquinas and the Five Ways” Monist 58 (Jan. 1974): 16-35. Christina Van Dyke “Not Properly a Person: The Rational Soul and ‘Thomistic Substanct Dualism’” Faith and Philosophy 26, No. 2 (April 2009): 186-204. Brian J. Shanley “Analytical Thomism” The Thomist 63 (1999): 125-137. Henry Babcock Veatch “Symposium-Logical Truths" The Journal of Philosophy LIII, No. 22 (Oct. 25, 1956): 671-679. "The Truths of Metaphysics" Review of Metaphysics 17, No. 3, Issue 67 (March 1964): 372-395. "St. Thomas on the Question, 'How Are Synthetic Judgments A Priori Possible?'" Modern Schoolman 42 (March 1965): 239-263.

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