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Stokes: Consistent Atheists are Moral Nihilists [video 3]

Dr. Mitch Stokes, NSA's Senior Fellow of Philosophy is the author of the new book, How to Be an (A)theist. Here, in the third of a series of short videos, he explains that "every consistent atheist ought to be a moral nihilist. And some are....

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Ad Fontes, Part III: Scripture vs. Tradition

Ad Fontes: Scripture vs. Tradition by Dr. Timothy Edwards [Note: Click to read the first and second posts on Erasmus’ translation of Scripture.] We have seen how Erasmus' new translation threatened the Church in numerous ways. When a beloved translation is changed everyone takes note. Jerome writing to...

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Dr. Stokes on the 3 beautiful words: “I don’t know.”

In a the next installment in a series of guest blog posts on the Crossway website, Senior Fellow of Philosophy Mitch Stokes writes on “3 Beautiful Words: ‘I Don’t Know.’” Here's an excerpt: Knowing that you don’t know is half the battle, and any good education...

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Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain

Is Mark Zuckerberg offering $1,000,000 to anyone who forwards the link below? Did the question catch your attention and hook you? Why do so many posts and articles online begin like this? As the marketing director for New Saint Andrews College I want to offer a brief...

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Dr. Mitch Stokes on What to Say to an Atheist [video]

If he could sit down with atheist Richard Dawkins, here's what Dr. Mitch Stokes, Senior Fellow of Philosophy and author of the new book, How to Be an (A)theist, would say: How to Be an Atheist: If I Could Sit Down with Richard Dawkins from Crossway...

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Ad Fontes, Part II: Threat or Blessing?

Ad Fontes: Threat or Blessing? by Dr. Timothy Edwards [Note: To read the first post on Erasmus’ translation of Scripture, click here.] Why would Erasmus’ new Latin translation send a shock wave through Europe 500 years ago? The controversy surrounding Erasmus’ “revised and improved” New Testament began before it...

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Merkle’s New Book Published by Oxford University Press

One of recent undertakings of The Wenden House Project at NSA has been the translation of the Reformation text De Tribus Elohim by Girolamo Zanchi. Dr. Ben Merkle's most recent book, Defending the Trinity in the Reformed Palatinate: The Elohistae, published by Oxford University Press,...

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Why the Sword & Shovel? Dr. Edwards Explains.

If you've followed NSA online this year, then you've seen videos, photos, and articles that refer to our Sword & Shovel theme. At NSA, the sword and shovel symbolize our commitment to providing an education that equips our students for the hard work of building...

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Interacting with Authors

by Chris Schlect Fellow of History There is more to a book than what you can discover from reading it. Most scholars write books in order to engage other books; any good scholarly monograph is just one voice in a conversation, and one contribution to a library....

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