Joshua Farris

About Joshua Farris

Joshua R. Farris is the Executive Director of Alpine Christian School. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Bristol, UK. He was the Chester and Margaret Paluch Professor at Mundelein Seminary, University of Saint Mary of the Lake; a part-time Lecturer at Auburn University, Montgomery; a Visiting Fellow at The Creation Project, Carl F.H. Henry at TEDS; and Assistant Professor of Theology at Houston Baptist University. Dr. Farris' published works include Introduction to Theological Anthropology: Humans, Both Creaturely and Divine, The Soul of Theological Anthropology: A Cartesian Exploration, and Being Saved Explorations in Human Salvation.

Whither Evangelicalism After Trump?

By |2021-01-29T18:24:21-06:00January 26th, 2021|Categories: Christianity, Donald Trump, Politics, Religion|

In the wake of the Trump presidency, we are reminded of a persistent theme amongst mainstream evangelical elites: They, like the media of the last four years, have falsely attributed certain ideas, attitudes, and behaviors to Donald Trump, his supporters, and Christian nationalists.[1] The question is why. At this point, it would be incorrect to [...]

Why Evangelicals Should Vote for Donald Trump

By |2020-11-02T15:55:41-06:00November 1st, 2020|Categories: Culture War, Donald Trump, Politics, Religion|

Why should evangelicals vote for President Trump? Here are ten ways in which his presidency sustains Western Civilization and follows basic Christian convictions concerning society. If you’ve kept up with the political discussions amongst evangelicals, then you might think that one-issue voting is the new norm. For many, that one issue is the pro-life issue, [...]

Why Academics Should Consider Classical Education

By |2020-08-12T15:22:45-05:00August 12th, 2020|Categories: Classical Education, Classical Learning, Education, Liberal Arts, Liberal Learning, Modernity|

Academics who are interested in understanding the world in which we live, producing good citizens, and thinking beyond their own disciplinary cage should reconsider throwing all their eggs in the university basket and give serious attention to the possibility of taking up a post in an institution of classical learning. Prior to the pandemic, the [...]

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