Talk:Ars Disputandi

Latest comment: 12 years ago by Grimsooth in topic Untitled

Theological e-Journal edit

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I added the word "Theological" to the "academic peer reviewed" phrasing as the journal is specifically written for the purpose of theological discussions & philosophy. While this is expressly stated as an objective it is also evidenced by the academic editors of this Journal:

Marcel Sarot(Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Primary Interest: Philosophy of Religion, Specific Expertise: passibility, impassibility, suffering, theodicy, evil, attributes of God, philosophy of theology, feelings and emotions, methodolical naturalism, atheism, intelligent design, C.S. Lewis, Current Post: University Teaching post, Pastoral Ministry[1]

Michael Scott (University of Manchester, UK)

Maarten Wisse (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)

Research:implications of the canonical status of the Bible as sacred scripture. This resulted in my dissertation.

Themes from the history of theology, the Reformed scholasticism. Several articles and a bundle. The theology of Augustine in conversation with contemporary Trinitarian theology, resulting in a monograph on Augustine's De Trinitate. In a new study I intend to deal with the so-called "Christological turn 'in the dogma of the twentieth century, and correspondingly, the role of the Decalogue in dogmatics.[2] Blog of Maarten Wisse

Niek Brunsveld (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

"In 2006, I obtained a degree in Theology at Utrecht University (equivalent of MA), with a major in Meta-Ethics, on the basis of a thesis on the intersection of Philosophy of Religion and Meta-Ethics. In the same year, I also obtained a degree from the Protestant Theological University in Professional Ministerial Education. Subsequently, I received an MA in the Advanced Studies in Theology and Religious Studies from K.U.Leuven (Belgium), with a thesis on Hilary Putnam's refutation of metaphysical realism, in 2007."[3]

Since all the editors are theologins it is reasonable to believe this is expressly a theological journal. Grimsooth (talk) 20:43, 20 August 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Reference list edit

  1. ^ "Marcel Sarot user page". Marcel Sarot user page. Marcel Sarot. Retrieved 20 August 2011.
  2. ^ "Maarten Wisse's Self published biography translated". Maarten Wisse's Self published biography. Maarten Wisse. Retrieved 20 August 2011.
  3. ^ "drs. Niek Brunsveld Self written biography". drs. Niek Brunsveld Self written biography. drs. Niek Brunsveld. Retrieved 20 August 2011.