Recent Faculty Blog Posts

  • Dawkins on the Non-Random Nature of Evolution

    By William Lane Craig

    Yesterday

    Dear Dr Craig,

    I have noticed of late that Richard Dawkins often states that Neo-Darwinism is non-random. Dawkins recently repeated this line in an interview on a Scandinavian talk show Skavlan when asked, "What is the most common misconception about Evolution?" His response was, "That it is a theory of ...

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  • La Santidad de la Vida / Sanctity of Life

    By Octavio Esqueda

    Feb. 3, 2016

    Hace un par de semanas estuve en Guatemala para iniciar un curso semestral en un programa doctoral en educación teológica. Este programa es singular en Latinoamérica y enseñar en él me da la oportunidad de convivir con líderes de diferentes países y también ...

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  • Cynicism and Affirmation

    By Greg Ganssle

    Feb. 1, 2016

    Each age has its particular hazards. Each age encourages certain vices and devalues certain virtues. Because we are immersed in our age, these hazards are often invisible to us. We simply cannot see the effects of certain cultural ideas and practices on our characters ...

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  • An Interview with Adam Johnson on the Atonement

    By Matt Jenson

    Jan. 29, 2016

    Adam Johnson has made it his mission to think through the atonement, to look at it from as many angles as possible, to explore and expound the glories of God’s work in the life, death, and resurrection of Christ to reconcile to himself all things.

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  • Does God Love Evil-Doers?

    By William Lane Craig

    Jan. 29, 2016

    I am 15 years old. But I have been drawn to philosophy and logic for their huge ability of proving immaterial things. For example, 1+1=2, this is a completely logical answer and what is nice about it, there are no other possibilities. Of course that doesn’t apply ...

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  • Sanctified by Grace: A Theology of Christian Life

    By Matt Jenson

    Jan. 28, 2016

    I was surprised when they opened class in prayer. I had flown out to LA to interview for a job at Biola University, and the public display of piety took me off guard a bit. It shouldn’t have. Prayer and theological study belong together. Some

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