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Recent Alumnus Interview from Dean Dettloff on Søren Kierkegaard

This year, I graduated from Cornerstone. What does a philosopher do after graduating? In my case, sell books and talk about philosophy! Working at Baker Book House, I was approached by Louis McBride, our buyer for materials related to what we call “the deep end,” that is, books catering to a more academic audience. Louis … Continue reading

Many Thanks for a Successful Conference!

Thank you to everyone who came out to support our inaugural conference! We ended up with twenty-one speakers, over 60 registered attendees (and plenty of non-registered attendees), and excellent feedback. It was great to see old friends and make new ones. Thanks also to Louis from Baker Book House and Eric from the Theological Book … Continue reading

Paper Preview from Seth Horton

Seth Horton, a Cornerstone alumnus, will be delivering his paper “Ethical Hermeneutics” on Saturday at 3:30 in Faber 114. As with Lindsey, Seth has written a blog post elaborating on his paper. After commenting on his surprise regarding the points of agreement between his position and Dr. Smith’s, he writes: “Clearly there are only three … Continue reading

Paper Preview from Lindsey Renee Jacobs

Lindsey Jacobs, a Cornerstone alumnus, will be delivering her paper entitled “Positioned Reconstructive Deconstruction: Following Christ as Music Makers & Dreamers of Dreams” at 10:30 AM. She has recently written a blog post outlining some of her thoughts and processes in writing this particular piece. Lindsey writes: “What’s pretty cool is that Christians are both … Continue reading