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- On Government: Its Institution, Purpose & LawWhat follows is by no means an exhaustive treatment of a political philosophy of government, nor does it contain aContinue Reading
- Light & Darkness in Dante’s Divine Comedy & Boethius’s Consolation of PhilosophyIn reading the Divine Comedy (from here on Comedy) and The Consolation of Philosophy (from here on Consolation), one isContinue Reading
- Science & the Real: A Case for an Eclectic Structural RealismScience means knowledge, and the object of which the sciences are oriented is the natural world. Science therefore aims atContinue Reading
- Satan & His Angels: Knowing Our Enemy in Spiritual WarfareOne of the most important elements in warfare is knowing as much information as possible about the enemy: Where areContinue Reading
- A Royal Story: Kingship Development in Samuel-Nehemiah & Luke/ActsHow does kingship/kingdom develop throughout the Bible, particularly in the historical books of Samuel through Nehemiah and in the personContinue Reading
- God Exists: The Argument from DesireHow can desire lead one to conclude that God exists, beyond wishful thinking? Initially, this argument may sound like aContinue Reading
Welcome! I’m the thinkist, thinking on things true, good, and beautiful in the areas of theology, philosophy, and apologetcs (cf. Phil. 4:8). I recognize that the definite article before thinkist may sound a bit pretentious. I would have simply gone with thinkist if the site wasn’t taken already, and a thinkist just doesn’t sound interesting. So, I beg your pardon as I refer to myself as the thinkist. You may call me Drew, though.
I have a BS in Religion: Biblical Studies from Liberty University (2010). I am currently working on a MA in Humanities (based on the Great Books program) from American Public University.