Published by Theodore Plantinga
In this issue ....
It's been ten years since Myodicy was launched. Click here to read some brief reflections on those years and on the question whether online and on-screen reading is with us to stay.
Do reformationals believe that apologetics is strictly for rationalists? Do they see any point in dialogue with people who hold to non-reformational views? Click here to read the fourth installment of Theodore Plantinga's informal history of the reformational movement, in which such matters are discussed.
Did Alvin Plantinga ever take a good look at Dooyeweerd's philosophy? Indeed he did: he devoted his first published article to it. Click here to read it.
What did Evan Runner teach his students back in the 1960s? Click here to read the fourth and final installment of Theodore Plantinga's notes on Runner's Introduction to Philosophy class.
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