Subject: Theories about God, Jesus, and the Trinity.
- To survey, explain, and evaluate theories relating to the above, past and present.
- To foster discussion and critical thinking about these topics among the general public, as well as philosophers, theologians, and apologists.
- You? See here.
- Edward Buckner (posts) (PhD Philosophy, Bristol) curates The Logic Museum site and blogs at Beyond Necessity. He is the author, with Jack Zupko, of Duns Scotus on Time & Existence, a translation of an early work by Duns Scotus, with a comprehensive commentary. He has been known to list his occupation as “Lazybones.”
- Joseph Jedwab (posts) (PhD Philosophical Theology, Oxford University, 2008) teaches philosophy at Kutztown University. He has a license to kill, but not to drive.
- Chad McIntosh (posts) is a PhD student in Philosophy at Cornell University. Unlike most, he’s actually come up with a new Trinity theory. And he’s the rare philosopher who is a devoted fan of professional wrestling.
- J.T. Paasch (posts) (PhD Philosophical Theology, Oxford University, 2009) teaches philosophy for Georgetown University’s Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program. He only smokes hand-rolled cigarettes.
- Dale Tuggy (posts) (PhD Philosophy, Brown University, 2000) teaches philosophy and religious studies at The State University of New York at Fredonia. A native of Dallas, he used to cry when the Cowboys lost a game. Now he only tears up.
- Scott Williams (posts) (PhD, Theology, University of Oxford) teaches philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. He is catholic by profession of faith.