Collection of my posts on the Oxford Handbook of Philosophical Theology

Why this project?

Chapter 1: Thoughts on “Authority of Scripture, Tradition, and the Church” by Dr. Richard Swinburne

Chapter 2: Thoughts on “Revelation and Inspiration” by Dr. Stephen T. Davis

Chapter 3: Thoughts on “Science and Religion” by Dr. Del Ratzsch

Chapter 4: Thoughts on “Theology and Mystery” by Dr. William J. Wainwright

Chapter 5: Thoughts on “Simplicity and Aseity” by Dr. Jeffrey E. Brower

Chapter 6: Thoughts on “Omniscience” by Dr. Edward Wierenga

Chapter 7: Thoughts on “Divine Eternity” by Dr. William Craig

Chapter 8: Thoughts on “Omnipotence” by Dr. Brian Leftow

Chapter 9: Thoughts on “Omnipresence” by Dr. Hud Hudson

Chapter 10: Thoughts on “Moral Perfection” by Dr. Laura L. Garcia

Chapter 11: Thoughts on “Divine Action and Evolution” by Dr. Robin Collins

Chapter 12: Thoughts on “Divine Providence” by Dr. Thomas P. Flint

Chapter 13: Thoughts on “Petitionary Prayer” by Dr. Scott A. Davison

Halfway point! Thoughts on “Thoughts on” series

Chapter 14: Thoughts on “Morality and Divine Authority” by Dr. Mark C. Murphy

Chapter 15: Thoughts on “The Problem of Evil” by Dr. Paul Draper

Chapter 16: Thoughts on “Theodicy” by Dr. Michael J. Murray

Chapter 17: Thoughts on “Skeptical Theism and the Problem of Evil” by Dr. Michael Bergmann

Chapter 18: Thoughts on “The Trinity” by Dr. Michael C. Rhea

Chapter 19: Thoughts on “Original Sin and Atonement” by Dr. Oliver D. Crisp

Chapter 20: Thoughts on “The Incarnation” by Dr. Richard Cross

Chapter 21: Thoughts on “The Resurrection of the Body” by Dr. Trenton Merricks

Chapter 22: Thoughts on “Heaven and Hell” by Dr. Jerry L. Walls

Chapter 23: Thoughts on “The Eucharist: Real Presence and Real Absence” by Dr. Alexander R. Pruss

Chapter 24: Thoughts on “Jewish Theological Philosophy” by Dr. Daniel H. Frank

Chapter 25: Thoughts on “Islamic Philosophical Theology” by Dr. Oliver Leaman

Chapter 26: Thoughts on “Chinese (Confucian) Philosophical Theology” by Dr. John H. Berthrong

Final thoughts on “Thoughts On” series