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About This Journal

The Society Of Christian Philosophers

Faith and Philosophy is a scholarly philosophy journal published by the Society of Christian Philosophers. In accordance with the aims of the Society, the journal seeks to contribute to the continuing effort of the Christian community to articulate its faith in a way that will withstand critical examination, and to explore the implications of that faith for all aspects of human life.


The Society of Christian Philosophers was founded in 1978. The purpose of the Society is to promote fellowship among Christian philosophers and to stimulate study and discussion of the issues which arise from their joint Christian and philosophical commitments.


The current president is Michael Bergmann (Purdue). Past presidents include William P. Alston (Syracuse), Robert M. Adams (UNC), Alvin Plantinga (Notre Dame), Marilyn McCord Adams (UNC), George Mavrodes (Michigan), Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale), Eleonore Stump (St. Louis), C. Stephen Evans (Baylor), Robert Audi (Nebraska), Linda Zagzebski (Oklahoma), William Wainwright (UW-Milwaukee), Peter van Inwagen (Notre Dame), and Michael Rea (Notre Dame).


The Society holds meetings of various sorts in several regions of the United States and Canada. In addition, it holds meetings in conjunction with all divisions of the American Philosophical Association, the American Catholic Philosophical Association, and the Canadian Philosophical Association. From time to time, the Society sponsors workshops and conferences on topics of special interest to Christian philosophers.


The Society is broadly ecumenical in composition with respect to Christian denomination, theological perspective, and philosophical orientation. Membership is open to any person who classifies himself/herself as both a philosopher and a Christian. Annual dues are $45 per year ($10 for students and unemployed philosophers).


Society website: http://www.societyofchristianphilosophers.com