A Theological Account of Logic

Nathaniel Gray Sutanto speaks to us about his paper “Two Theological Accounts of Logic: Theistic Conceptual Realism and a Reformed Archetype-Ectype Model,” published in the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion. Theologians and Christian philosophers have long debated the nature of logic and its relationship to God’s essential being. In this episode, Sutanto details different Reformed models to answering this difficult question. He presents a robust model based on a traditional post-Reformation Reformed scholastic archetype-ectype distinction.

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Ben Palmer

2 years ago

I was intimidated by the title of this one and nearly didn’t listen to it – I’m glad I changed my mind! Enjoyed Jeff’s work, and also Camden’s point that there is no wrath in God within the Trinity, but only when God , who is holy and just, interacts with Sin. Am now looking forward to more visits from Gray!

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