Philosophy at Denver Seminary
Sep 29, 2009 by Doug Groothuis | 0 Comments
Steven Meyer, The Signature in the Cell. New York: HarperOne, 2009.
One could not ask for more in a philosophy of science treatise that what we find in The Signature in the Cell. The book is no less than magisterial, an adjective that curmudgeons such as myself seldom use. At every ... [More]
Sep 04, 2009 by Doug Groothuis | 1 Comments
Although various apologetic systems have proved useful, even the best apologetic method must squarely face its limits. While a strong proponent of a thorough and wide-ranging apologetic is sorely needed today, apologetics is bounded by at least three realities.
First, the Bible is a long, ... [More]
Sep 03, 2009 by Doug Groothuis | 0 Comments
This was recently published in Denver Seminary Magazine:
Ian Colle (‘09 M.A. in Philosophy of Religion) has established an endowed graduation award to honor Gordon Lewis, senior professor of Christian philosophy and theology, and Doug Groothuis, professor of philosophy. Colle says, ... [More]
Jul 20, 2009 by Doug Groothuis | 1 Comments
The BBC radio program, "Beyond Belief," will feature a half hour segment on religion and the Internet on its July 20 show. I am one of three panel members, which include a Rabbi and a man who found a cyber-church, St. Pixels. The latter gentleman and I had some disagreements. I recorded the ... [More]
Jul 09, 2009 by Doug Groothuis | 0 Comments
The Philosopher's Magazine has put on line my article "Swinging in Class." This was published in their hard copy magazine about two years ago. It is about applying jazz themes to teaching philosophy. [More]