Sep. 20, 2018
Sep. 15, 2018
On page 224 of The Triune God (Zondervan, 2016), I said “No to Christophanies.” That is, as part of my chapter discussing the Old Testament’s adumbrations of trinitarian revelation, I cautioned against identifying even the anthropomorphic theophanies in the Old Testament as distinct manifestations of
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Sep. 14, 2018
By Kenneth NehrbassAs a professor of intercultural studies, I read students' reflections about culture throughout each semester. Often, my students from the US describe American culture as "patriotic" and even assume that patriotism is not only strong in the USA, but a distinct characteristic of Americans. My hunch, from traveling ...
Sep. 5, 2018
J. P. Moreland's interview with Sean McDowell about Scientism and Secularism book
Sep. 4, 2018
There is a new and very large work of sacred art at Biola University. It is a wall-sized relief sculpture inside the newly-renovated Calvary Chapel, and it depicts the resurrection. Or perhaps it doesn’t quite “depict” the resurrection. It depicts the empty tomb, but it
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Sep. 3, 2018
Learn more about J.P. Moreland's 2018 book, Scientism and Secularism, and how it matters to Christian worldview training and apologetics.
Aug. 31, 2018
Can’t wait for a special showing of the Lord of the Rings: Return of King in #RPX. I’m SO PUMPED!!! #LOTR (at Regal Cinemas Hollywood 20 & RPX - Greenville)
Research Professor of Philosophy
Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
Professor of New Testament Language and Literature
Professor of Christian Education and Theology
Torrey Honors Institute
Christian Apologetics Faculty
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies
Associate Professor of Torrey Honors Institute
Professor of History and Middle Eastern Studies
Assistant Professor of Photography
Assistant Professor of Medieval Literature
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