- Philosophia Christi, the journal for the Evangelical Philosophy Society, is now available at the Philosophy Document Center. Subscription required!
- Zondervan Academic has released the MasterLectures. Think: The Christian version of The Great Courses.
- Daniel Howard-Snyder’s memorial presentation on William Alston is available online.
- Dale Tuggy has a new debate scheduled with Chris Date (of the Theopologetics Podcast) on May 31.
- Michael Heiser weighs in on appealing to rabbis when discussing Scripture.
- For anybody who got the new reader’s Septuagint I mentioned a while back, the editors recommend this graded reading plan.
- William Vallicella’s Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP) article on “Divine Simplicity” has been updated.
- Here are some other recently-updated SEP articles up my (and your?) alley:
- R. T. Mullins is now “The Reluctant Theologian” on his new podcast. I’m looking forward to this one!
- Timothy Pawl has appeared on several podcasts recently to discuss his new book In Defense of Extended Conciliar Christology.
- Edward Feser has also appeared on the Classical Theism Podcast, and he discusses his new book Aristotle’s Revenge.
- The Sacra Doctrina Project has also started their own podcast called “Sed Contra.”
- The Eudo Podcast at the Two Tasks Institute has recently started “season two” of their episodes.
- Michael Licona has also started “season two” of episodes on his Risen Jesus Podcast.
- Michael Heiser was recently interviewed on the Tru-ID podcast. His comments on John 10:30 are interesting.
- David K. Bernard, who is perhaps the foremost defender and expositor of Oneness Pentecostalism today, now has a YouTube channel. I have updated several of the Oneness debates on my own page to link to his official videos.
- Here’s an interactive map of Paul’s missionary journeys.
- I’m probably late to the party, but I found Shawn Wilhite’s list of resources for patristic and early Christian studies.
- The Logos Institute is now putting out the Logos Questions booklets. These should be great!
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