Associate Professor of Philosophy Tyndale University College
The view from my hotel in Atlanta at the National Meeting of the 2015 Evangelical Philosophical Society.
Presenting, with Richard Davis, our paper "Plantingean Pro-Theism: Transworld Depravity, Incarnation, and Atonement."
Always love the opportunity for the philosophy departments from Tyndale and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary to reconnect. (Pictured: Travis Dickinson, Keith Loftin, Paul Gould, Ross Inman, me, and Rich Davis)
Greta Turnball (Boston College) reading her fantastic paper, "Should Faith Desire Evidence? A Response from the Relationship Model."
Myron Penner and Ben Arbour on "Arguments form Evil as Evidence Against the Axiology of Atheism."
The annual EPS reception really is one of the highlights of the trip. It's always such a wonderful time of mutual encouragement.
Sarah Geis giving a vigorous defense of Clifford in her paper, "The Ethics of Chrisitan Belief: Developing a Friendship with W.K. Clifford."
Travis Dumsday (Concordia) giving a really interesting argument on "Spatial Extension as a Necessary Condition for Being a Physical Object (and why it matters for Philosophy of Religion)."
Always fun to have some time with my favorite former French atheist, Guillaume Bignon.
Had to grab a selfie with my friend, and Stand to Reason's newest apologist, Tim Barnett. If nothing else, it was our way of proving to our (pregnant) wives that we did indeed go to the conference.
Travis Dickinson (SWBTS) giving his paper on "The Epistemology of Defeat and Doubt."
Paul Gould (SWBTS) presenting "A New Value Argument for God."
A time of prayer during the annual EPS reception. Though there are a lot of different views represented in the society, this is a great picture of what unites us. (Thanks to Mary Jo Sharp for the photo.)