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Douglas Groothuis is currently Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary.

Education

Groothuis received his Ph.D. degree in philosophy from the University of Oregon. He also holds an M.A. degree in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a B.S. in philosophy from the University of Oregon.

Teaching positions

He has been an adjunct professor at Seattle Pacific University, the visiting instructor in apologetics for Westminster Theological Seminary in California, an adjunct at Arapahoe Community College, and an instructor at the University of Oregon. Dr. Douglas Groothuis joined the Denver Seminary faculty in 1993.

Membership

  • Evangelical Theological Society
  • Evangelical Philosophical Society
  • Society of Christian Philosophers

Published works

  • Unmasking the New Age, Confronting the New Age
  • Revealing the New Age Jesus
  • Christianity That Counts
  • Deceived by the Light
  • Jesus in an Age of Controversy
  • The Soul in Cyberspace
  • Truth Decay
  • On Pascal
  • On Jesus
  • In Defense of Natural Theology (co-editor and contributer)

Groothuis has written for scholarly journals such as Religious Studies, Sophia, Research in Philosophy and Technology, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Philosophia Christi, Trinity Journal, Theory and Research in Education, and Asbury Theological Journal as well as for numerous popular magazines such as Christianity Today, Moody Magazine, The Christian Research Journal, Christian Counseling Today, Modern Reformation, The Philosopher's Magazine, and Perspectives. He has also written editorials published in the Rocky Mountain News, the Denver Post, and the Seattle Times.

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