Author Archives: Steven

About Steven

I study theology and philosophy without ceasing. I have a B.A. in Philosophy from Arizona State University (2013), and an M.Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary (2016). I am currently an adjunct professor of philosophy at Grand Canyon University and a Ph.D. student at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Beatitude is a gift

Happiness is something that we cannot control. Continue reading

Posted in ethics

Credo quidquid dixit Dei Filius

“I believe whatever the Son of God has said, and nothing is truer than this word of Truth.” Continue reading

Posted in theology

On the providential significance of individuality

Our individuality represents a challenge and a particularized invitation from God. Continue reading

Posted in theology

Dreptatea nu se moștenește

Cum se întâmplă că un părinte drept poate avea copii păcătoși? Continue reading

Posted in biblical commentary

On the relevance of the Bible

The Bible is relevant because it is truthful, but also because of what it describes. Continue reading

Posted in theology

The fetus is not a part of the mother’s body

The fetus cannot be considered part of the mother’s body if we understand the relations that obtain between parts and wholes. Continue reading

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