This 40 minute talk overviews important issues in a Christian approach to knowledge, truth, and beliefs.
This presentation offers a big picture framework for thinking about the miraculous power at work in our everyday life, fostering confidence and anticipation for such work.
The lecture addresses the importance of philosophical accounts of anthropology for addressing issues of spiritual formation.
This talk discusses controversial Old Testament texts that suggest that God committed ‘divine genocide’.
Discusses an argument from consciousness for the existence of God and argues that out of the three answers for consciousness: naturalism, panpsychism, and theism, theism is the best explanation.
The lecture summarizes important issues of epistemology when thinking about worldview beliefs and their formation.
This talk distills the issues involved when thinking about whether Christianity and Science can integrate as a body of knowledge.
This talk surveys assumptions related to what J.P. takes as a contemporary notion of “social justice” and how a Christian vision of justice offers an alternative perspective.
These conversations discuss important issues related to arguments for the soul’s existence and significance, along with extended discussions related to tough questions for Christians.
J. P. tells his own story of addressing anxiety and converses with Kay Warren about various forms of distorted thinking-patterns in our self-talk.
Audio and video content from J.P. along with recorded media.