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T h e o • p h i l o g u e is where I try to post helpful resources for those mostly interested in both theology and philosophy but with a mixture of dialogue with historical and secular sources.  The post genres include: book reviews, audio resources, quick and helpful summaries, academic research, and personal reflections.  I have tried to organize my blog to make the resources readers are interested in easy to find:

• a u d i o p o s t s •

This page includes podcasts of some of my posts so you just listen.

• PDF Catalogue • (under construction)

This is where I publish academic research material too long for a single post.

• Top Posts •

This page features an ever-evolving list of my most popular posts.

• Linkalogue • (under construction)

Here I keep a list of links to online resources.




  1. I just found your blog through SBC Voices, but I’ve enjoyed browsing it this morning. I like the philosophical bent.

  2. theophilogue says:

    Thanks Barry. Glad you like it. I visited your blog also. Found some interesting things there too.

  3. beninmwangi says:

    This is a terrific blog. Nice history lessons you’ve posted on ancient Persia.

  4. theophilogue says:

    Thanks beninmwangi! I tried to click on your name to see if you also had a blog but it didn’t take me anywhere.

    Glad you have enjoyed the posts!

    Thanks for your comments on my post on Feminine imagery of God!


  5. Amanda Jones says:

    After speaking with you today, I figured it was time to do that thing…called Facebook Friending! Sorry for Dinah being soo weird.But i look forward to reading your thoughts on certain topics and maybe responding to a few. You are one amazing man of God. And I knew that when I first met you…you had the light in you! Praise God. I forward to more random conversations with you! :0)

  6. Very interesting blog! I am glad I came across it. Loved your post about Greg Bahnsen, as I had recently listed to that debate. Am working on his book Theonomy, which is very interesting. I got my first BA in Biblical studies, and am almost finished with a 2nd BA in Film. Wanting to also get a Masters in Philosophy next, so I was drawn to your posts regarding philosophical questions. Look forward to reading and discussing thoughts in the future.


  7. Thanks Nathan. I’m glad you find my blog “interesting.” THE GREAT DEBATE is the most interesting debate I’ve ever heard—period. I don’t know that any debate can top it. I’ve listen, of course, to almost every recorded debate Bahnsen ever did, but his debate with Stein is definitely the most engaging. I loved Bahnsen’s apologetic work, but I’m not as familiar with his arguments for Theonomy, although I know that Theonomy hasn’t really gained much steam since he passed away.

    Theology. Philosophy. Film. Interesting mix. Look forward to hearing from you again! 🙂


  8. Kathleen Hubert says:


    I was wondering if you accept guest post for your blog. If you do, I would like to submit a few. I’m a recent college graduate, with an English major, looking to build out my portfolio. I can write on a wide variety of topics and am sure you would be happy with the quality. Please email me back if you are interested. Thank you for your time.

    – Kathleen Hubert

  9. Sent you an e-mail Kathleen.

  10. sean says:

    I think this site can help me in my philosophy studies and theology studies here at the seminary

  11. Thanks Sean! Glad you find it helpful.

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