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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.

 

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11 Comments

  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!

    Bradley

  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.

    -Nathan

  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! 🙂

    Bradley

  8. Kathleen Hubert says:

    Hello,

    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
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002374243662

  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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