IN PERSON — Special guest author Timothy McGrew, Christian philosopher at Western Michigan University, will be returning to our club on November 18. He will be discussing the reliability of the text of the New Testament and taking your questions. We are meeting both in person in Arlington, Texas and by Zoom for club members who are out of the area.
RSVP to Join in Person: We will meet at 404 E. 1st St, Arlington, TX 76010 (map: watchman.org/map). The book club begins at 7pm but we have a pre-meeting dinner and fellowship at 6pm. Space is limited so please RSVP here to attend in person: Facebook Event Page
How to Join the Zoom Meeting: To attend the book club live via Zoom, just click www.watchman.org/Zoom on Thursday, November 18 at 7pm (CT). If you do not live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, you can still join in the discussion, meet the author and ask questions.
BOOK: We do not have an additional book to review this month but will be reviewing some topics and we have discussed over the last several months.
Timothy McGrew, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, is Professor of Philosophy at Western Michigan University, where he has taught for the past 25 years. His research interests include formal epistemology, the history and philosophy of science, and the history and philosophy of religion. When he is not doing philosophy, he enjoys playing chess online, coaching at his local chess club, running trails, and making high quality paper airplanes. He lives in SW Michigan with his wife, Lydia McGrew, and their daughters.
- Philosophy of Science: An Historical Anthology. Co-edited with Marc Alspector-Kelly and Fritz Allhoff. Blackwell, 2009.
- Internalism and Epistemology: The Architecture of Reason. With Lydia McGrew. Routledge, 2007.
- The Foundations of Knowledge. Littlefield Adams Books, 1995.
- John William McGarvey, The Evidences of Christianity (Chillicothe, OH: DeWard, 2017)
- Brooke Foss Westcott, The Gospel of the Resurrection (Chillicothe, OH: DeWard, 2012)
- European Journal for the Philosophy of Religion 7.4 (2015). Co-edited with Andrew Pinsent
For more information, visit TimothyMcGrew.com.