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Dr. Nick Wolterstorff Dr. Nicholas Wolterstorff "How Calvin Fathered a Renaissance in Christian Philosophy
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On Homecoming Eve, Friday, Feb. 2, 2001 in the Seminary Auditorium Dr. Wolterstorff addressed an assembly on:
"How Calvin Fathered a Renaissance in Christian Philosophy"

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Nick Wolterstorff

Dr. Wolterstorff's autobiography
from Kelly James Clark, Philosophers Who Believe
(InterVarsity Press, 1993)    71k, pdf format

Nicholas Wolterstorff has a joint appointment in the divinity school and the philosophy and religion departments of Yale University. Prior to joining the Yale faculty, Wolterstorff taught for thirty years at Calvin and is a '53 graduate of the college.

His many important works include Works and Worlds of Art, Art in Action, Lament for a Son, Until Justice and Peace Embrace, Reason Within the Bounds of Religion, and On Universals.

 
 
Al Plantinga

Dr. Alvin Plantinga's autobiography
from Kelly James Clark, Philosophers Who Believe
(InterVarsity Press, 1993)    96k, pdf format

Alvin Plantinga holds the John A. O’Brien Chair of Philosophy and is director of the Center for Philosophy of Religion at the University of Notre Dame. He taught at Calvin for twenty years and is a '54 graduate of the college.

His influential works include over ninety articles; among his many books are God and Other Minds, The Nature of Necessity, God, Freedom and Evil, and Warrant.

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