-3.3 C
New York
Monday, December 10, 2018
Mouw’s Musings - The President’s Blog

Mouw’s Musings - The President’s Blog

Richard J. Mouw has a personal blog. Richard J. Mouw has served as president of Fuller Theological Seminary since 1993, after having served the seminary for four years as provost and senior vice president. A philosopher, scholar, and author, Mouw joined the faculty of Fuller Theological Seminary as professor of Christian philosophy and ethics in 1985. Before coming to Fuller he served for 17 years as professor of philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has also served as a visiting professor at the Free University in Amsterdam.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This post was sponsored by Bridge Loan Lender CNG has been established in 2014, Capital Network Group is actively closing loans, despite recent economic conditions and constricting credit policies of many banks. While traditional lenders treat you like a number, CNG treats you like a valued customer and your business like it was our own. At Capital Network Group, our Investor partners and we understand “bad times happen to good people” and have a program to fit almost every need & request.

Mormons

“Knowing Mormons”

A friend told me about the time a time when, back in the 1960s, he was asked, as a recent college graduate bound for...
Generous Orthodoxy

More Thoughts about “Generous Orthodoxy”

I have received many responses to my comments on Rob Bell’s new book, Love Wins—responses both to the brief remarks by me quoted in...
Evangelize Jews

Why Don’t Jews “Evangelize” Jews?

Bernie Madoff finally gave a public interview of sorts recently. Basically, he argued that bankers and others in the financial world were complicit in...
Turkish Delight?

Turkish Delight?

I am writing this from Turkey, where we have been helping to lead a tour focusing on Paul’s missionary journeys. This has...
“The First Biggest Threat”

“The First Biggest Threat”

At a scholarly conference last week we were discussing some important contributions to the field of ethics and Paul Ramsey’s work figured...
False Teachers and False Teachings

False Teachers and False Teachings

I once heard an evangelical leader speak out against a certain group with whom we evangelicals have significant disagreements. I happened to...
Avoiding Solipsism

Avoiding Solipsism

In my recent Newsweek column, I described the sadness that hit me on Election Day morning when I saw angry groups gesturing...
Toward a Theology of Cremation

Toward a Theology of Cremation

Someone wrote recently to ask me for my views about cremation. This is the second time I have been asked about this...
Evangelism and Public Discipleship

Evangelism and Public Discipleship

We released the “Evangelical Manifesto” yesterday at the National Press Club—see http://www.anevangelicalmanifesto.com/. I joined with the other drafters in expressing worries...
The President as a Nursing King?

The President as a Nursing King?

I will also be blogging, every few weeks, at a stimulating new site, “Faith and Leadership,” sponsored by Duke University Divinity School. ...
- Advertisement - $1*/ mo hosting! Get going with GoDaddy!

MOST POPULAR

HOT NEWS