Evangelical Philosophical Society

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The Evangelical Philosophical Society (EPS) is an organization devoted to the study of ethics, theology, and religion from an evangelical perspective. Membership is open to professional scholars and associate membership is available to laypersons and students. Since 2006, Paul Copan has been the president of the organization.[1]

Philosophia Christi[edit]

Main article: Philosophia Christi

Philosophia Christi is a peer-reviewed academic journal published twice a year by the Evangelical Philosophical Society with the support of Biola University as a vehicle for the scholarly discussion of philosophy and philosophical issues in the fields of apologetics, ethics, theology, and religion.[2]

History[edit]

The Evangelical Philosophical Society is related to the Evangelical Theological Society. EPS was founded in 1977–78 with 32 charter members.

The first presidents were:

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