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Interview: Kevin and Jameson

This post was originally published on Claire Crisp's blog. I'm sitting in the waiting room while my seven-year-old son is in OT. My five-year-old daughter is sitting beside me, trying to learn to read. She’s sad because she doesn’t get to have therapy. Her reaction…
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August 28, 2015
PhilosophyTalks & Lectures

Fundamental Practices for Intellectual Formation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_sVRAm8Q-U Fundamental Practices for Intellectual Formation: Explorations of the Habit of Humility Kevin Timpe, Northwest Nazarene University James Van Slyke, Fresno Pacific University Rebecca DeYong, Calvin College The Intellectual Humility Capstone Conference Catalina Island, California, USA Hosted by The Thrive Center for Human Development http://www.thethrivecenter.org…
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June 8, 2015
Podcast & Radio Interviews

How Can Free Will Work?

Recorded for the PBS show “Closer to Truth”: Assume that free will is real, not an illusion, and that the only reality is physical. How then could the will possibly be free? By what mechanism could human choice transcend the strong determinism of a closed…
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March 14, 2015
Podcast & Radio Interviews

What Is God’s Judgment?

Recorded for the PBS show “Closer to Truth”: Every religion thunders its day of reckoning. To examine God's judgment is to probe God's character and perhaps assess God's existence. If God does not exist, God's judgment may expose it. If God does exist, and assuming…
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March 14, 2015
Podcast & Radio Interviews

Did God Create Evil?

Recorded for the PBS show “Closer to Truth”: Did God Create Evil?Can God and the enormity of evil both exist? To theists, it's the problem of evil, which they struggle to resolve. To atheists, it's the argument from evil, which they wield like a sword.…
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March 14, 2015
Podcast & Radio Interviews

Why is Sin?

Recorded for the PBS show “Closer to Truth”: 'Sin' is a term loaded with baggage. Different groups, mainly religious, use 'sin' to describe violations of the given order. Perpetrators of sin - 'sinners' - are punished in one form or another (in this life or…
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March 14, 2015