POGOS: Joshua Cockayne on the Corporate Nature of Worship – The Logos Institute Podcast for 11.10.18

On this week’s Pogos, Jonathan and Stephanie Nicole learn about liturgy and worship from Dr. Joshua Cockayne. iTunes Soundcloud   Dr. Joshua Cockayne is...

Five Ways to Distinguish Christian Analytic Theology from Philosophy of Religion by Andrew Torrance

What, if anything, distinguishes analytic theology (as a way to study of God and all things in relation to God) from a generic philosophy...

Logia for September 2018: A Theology that Honors the Catholicity of the Church – The Need for Women (and POC) Theologians by Juliany González Nieves

Each month Blogos features an article created in partnership with the Logos Institute’s Logia initiative. This month’s Logia post is by Juliany González Nieves. More information about Logia...

POGOS: Kevin Diller on Karl Barth and Natural Theology – The Logos Institute Podcast for 10.09.18

Kevin Diller discusses the implications of Karl Barth’s work for analytic theology with Jonathan and Stephanie Nicole on this week’s POGOS. iTunes Soundcloud  ...

Why So Dissatisfied with Satisfaction? by Joshua R. Farris and S. Mark Hamilton

  If you look closely at several recent efforts to defend the penal substitution theory of atonement, particularly among popular audiences, there seems to...

POGOS: Oliver Crisp and Michael Rea on Original Sin & the Future of Analytic Theology – The Logos Institute Podcast for 27.08.18

On this week’s POGOS, Jonathan and Stephanie Nicole conclude their interview with Professors Oliver D. Crisp & Michael C. Rea. iTunes Soundcloud   Oliver...

Logia for August 2018: Where are the Women? by Christa McKirland

Each month Blogos features an article created in partnership with the Logos Institute’s Logia initiative. This month’s Logia post is by Logia Director Christa McKirland. More information...

POGOS: Oliver Crisp and Mike Rea on Divine Hiddenness – The Logos Institute Podcast for 13.08.18

On this week’s POGOS, Jonathan and Stephanie Nicole discuss divine hiddenness with Professors Oliver D. Crisp & Michael C. Rea. iTunes Soundcloud 0:28 –...

Theology in Community by Oliver Crisp

In a recent article in History Today, the Oxford historian, Eleanor Parker, draws attention to what she calls “the myth of the solitary scholar.”...

POGOS: Oliver Crisp and Mike Rea on the Origins of Analytic Theology, Divine Hiddenness, and Original Sin – The Logos Institute Podcast for 23.07.18

On this week’s POGOS, Jonathan and Stephanie Nicole dialogue with Professors Oliver D. Crisp & Michael C. Rea about the origins of analytic theology....