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New Page for Book Reviews

The Journal of Faith and the Academy website now has a page dedicated to books currently available for review. Within an hour of its going live the majority of the books listed there had already been claimed by prospective reviewers! To … Continue reading

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IFA Conference Registration

Registration for the eighth annual Institute of Faith and the Academy conference is now available. Please join us on Friday, February 10, 2017 for a thoughtful discussion on “Recovering the Lost Virtue of Moderation” with plenary speaker Paul O. Carrese, … Continue reading

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IFA Conference 2017

Please join us for the Institute of Faith and the Academy Conference on Friday, February 10. Paul O. Carrese, Professor of Political Science at the United States Air Force Academy, will be the plenary speaker to help us “Rediscover the Lost … Continue reading

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2016 IFA Conference Schedule Posted

The 2016 Conference Schedule is available in anticipation of IFA’s upcoming event. Please plan on joining us Friday, February 5 from 7:30-4:00.

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Registration Available for 2016 Conference

At long last, the registration page for the 2016 IFA Conference, “Pursuing Justice: Following the Letter and the Spirit” is available here. For more information, or to submit an abstract for consideration in the program, please contact Josh Fullman (jfullman@faulkner.edu).

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Matt Sokoloski asks, “Isn’t Philosophy Anti-Christian?”

“What has Athens to do with Jerusalem?” If I were to ask this question to my freshman class, I am sure I would get many blank stares. However, this topic needs to be addressed in our college classrooms – even … Continue reading

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“In Defense of Poetry” – Josh Fullman

In 1579 Sir Philip Sydney composed a response to Renaissance criticisms that English drama was a hotbed of wickedness in his apology, The Defence of Posey. Though no one during the Renaissance had ever witnessed an episode of Game of … Continue reading

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