How might we think of top-down causation and the efficacy of the mental? This presentation offers a framework for this question and a critique of physicalist assumptions regarding top-down causation.
In this lecture, J.P. argues for the existence of the soul, working from considerations at the intersection of the philosophy of mind, consciousness, and neuroscience.
In this video, J.P. offers some vision and examples for hearing God in our daily lives.
A brief word of encouragement on the task of being a Christian apologist
In a 24/7 always connected, always-comparing kind of world, timely advice is given about how to properly view our life in relationship to others.
Learn how not to be controlled by hopelessness
How should we think about our lives at the end of year in light of an upcoming year? This talk offers some vision and practical advice toward this end
A helpful collection of mp3 audio from past apologetics conferences sponsored by the Evangelical Philosophical Society
The question of God’s existence is central to understanding meaning and purpose in life. This talk provides some direction with how to think about this important matter from the standpoint of Christians evidences
Do you have an agitated mind? Are you owned by a particular kind of anxiety? This talk provides insight and direction into how to think about such a life and how to compose and quiet your mind and heart before God.
Audio and video content from J.P. along with recorded media.