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John Morrison

John Morrison

Professor of Philosophy & Theology

E-mail: jdmorrison@liberty.edu


 

Education

  • B.A., University of Montana
  • M.A., University of Virginia
  • M.Div., Th.M., Western Seminary
  • Ph.D., University of Virginia

Publications

  • Article in the Midwestern Theological Journal: 'The Inerrancy of Scripture:  What Do We Mean?  Is it Important?'
  • Article in the Midwestern Theological Journal: 'By What Authority Do We say these Things? The Modern Rejection of Biblical Authority.'
  • "No One Like Him: A Review Article" in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 2002.
  • "Has God Said? Scripture, the Word of God and the Crisis of Theological Authority," Pickwick Publishing, 2006.
  • Knowledge of the Self-Revealing God in the Thought of Thomas Forsyth Torrance, Peter Lang Publishing, Fall 1997.
  • "The Self-Given Knowledge of God in the World: Thomas Forsyth Torrance's Christological-Trinitarian Assertion of Scientific Theo-logical Realism." University Microfilms International, 1993.
  • "John Calvin's Christological Assertion of Word Authority in the Context of Sixteenth
    Century Ecclesiological Polemics" in Scottish Journal of Theology, Spring 1993.
  • “Barth, Barthians and Evangelicals: Reassessing the Question of the Relation of Holy Scripture and Word of God.”
    “The Relation of Holy Scripture to Word of God in Roman Catholic Thought Since Vatican Two,” Trinity Journal, 2003.
    "Thomas Torrance's Reformulation of Karl Barth's Christological Rejection of Natural Theology," Evangelical Quarterly, University of Aberdeen, 2000.
  • "Scripture as Word of God: Evangelical Assumption of Evangelical Question," 1999.
  • "Knowledge of the Self-Revealing God in the Thought of Thomas Forsyth Torrance," Peter Lang Publishing, Fall 1997.
  • "Trinity and Church: An Examination of Theological Methodology," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Fall 1997.
  • "Heidegger, Correspondence Truth and the Realist Theology of Thomas Forsyth Torrance," Evangelical Quarterly, Spring 1997.
  • "Thomas Torrance's Critique of Evangelical (Protestant) Orthodoxy in The Evangelical Quarterly, Winter 1995.
  • Review of The Reason of Following: Christology and the Ec-static I, by Robert P. Scharlemann, in Calvin Theological Journal, 1994.
  • Review of Transforming Vision: Imagination and Will in Kierkegaardian Faith, by M. Jamie Ferreira, Calvin Theological Journal, 1994.
  • "The Self-Given Knowledge of God in the World: Thomas Forsyth Torrance's Christological-Trinitarian Assertion of Scientific Theo-logical Realism," University Microfilms International, 1993.
  • "John Calvin's Christological Assertion of Work Authority in the Context of Sixteenth Century Ecclesiological Polemics," in Scottish Journal of Theology, Spring 1993.
  • "Christ the Redemptive Revelation of God in the World: A Critique of Karl Barth's Reckoning of 'God's Time of Us'" in Journal of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, Spring 1991.
  • "Christ, Faith and the Problem of History in the Thought of Soren Kierkegaard," Philosophia Christi, 1991.
  • Review of The Trinitarian Faith, by Thomas F. Torrance, in Calvin Theological Journal, 1990.
  • Review of Easter in Ordinary: Reflections of Human Experience and the Knowledge of God, by Nicholas Lash, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1990.
  • Review of God as the Mystery of the World, by Eberhard Jungel, in Grace Theological Journal, 1986.
  • Review of John Calvin: A Sixteenth Century Portrait, by William J. Bouwsman, 1989.
  • Also numerous other book reviews and papers for presentation at theological society meetings

Professional Involvement

  • Received Community Service Award, Big Timber, Montana
  • Nominated to Honor Society of Hebrew Studies
  • Outstanding Young Men of America, 1985
  • School of Religion Teacher of the Year, 1990
  • Who's Who Among American Teachers, 1991, 1996
  • Marquis' Who's Who in America, 1999-2000
  • "Christianity Today" book award nominee, 2006.

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, Society of Christian Philosophers
  • Member, North American Paul Tillich Society
  • Member, Evangelical Theological Society
  • Member, Karl Barth Society of North America