J.P. Moreland

J.P. Moreland is distinguished professor of philosophy at Talbot School of Theology and director of Eidos Christian Center. He has contributed to over 40 books, including Love Your God With All Your Mind and over 60 journal articles. Dr. Moreland also co-authored The Lost Virtue of Happiness: Discovering the Disciplines of the Good Life.


What is Knowledge?

Sep 02, 2009|J.P. Moreland

To know if Christians possess knowledge about reality, we need to understand exactly what knowledge is.

The Good Life

Feb 24, 2005|J.P. Moreland

Lots of people think their brand of living is the best. But the road to good living is a high call few achieve.

Why Happiness Isn't a Feeling

Dec 16, 2004|J.P. Moreland

Why we need to understand it before we can find it.

Turning Heroes into Horrors

Nov 18, 2004|J.P. Moreland

It's easily proved false, still cultural relativism goes virtually unchallenged, to our harm.

Postmodernism and the Christian Life, Part 2

Aug 19, 2004|J.P. Moreland

The current hot philosophy is a breeding ground for self-indulgence, suspicion and anger.

Postmodernism and the Christian Life, Part 1

Jul 08, 2004|J.P. Moreland

“Postmodernism” is a hot word in many circles, but what does it mean, and why does it matter so much? For answers, start here.

What Is Truth and Why Does it Matter?

Jun 10, 2004|J.P. Moreland

J.P. unpacks the biblical understanding of truth.

Why is Evolution Believed in More Firmly than the Evidence Warrants?

Mar 25, 2004|J.P. Moreland

Convinced there are serious problems with evolutionary theory, but wondering why so many intellectuals respond as if there aren’t? J.P. provides a few insights.

What is Scientific Naturalism?

Mar 04, 2004|J.P. Moreland

J. P. answers the question we should ask before we criticize scientific naturalism.

Who Are You and What are You Up To?

Jan 29, 2004|J.P. Moreland

A three-way worldview struggle rages in our culture between scientific naturalism, postmodernism and ethical monotheism (especially Christianity).

Persuasive Evangelism in a Pluralistic Culture

Oct 23, 2003|J.P. Moreland

Christianity works, no doubt, but don’t forget that it’s also true.