Jon Stanley

last updated 10/24/2017

Jon Stanley

Theology Editor at The Other Journal

Location:
2501 Elliott Avenue, Seattle, Washington, United States

General Information

Experience

Theology Editor - Christian Counselling Services

Doctoral Student In Interdisciplinary Philosophy - Institute for Christian Studies

The Other Journal - Marriage Therapist

Education

Masters - Divinity , Mars Hill Graduate School

doctorate - philosophical theology , Institute for Christian Studies

Affiliations

Member - Ontario Association of Consultants

Member - OACCPP

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Who We Are : The Other Journal

Jon Stanley :: Assistant Theology Editor

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The Other Journal at Mars Hill Graduate School

Jon Stanley :: Theology Editor

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Jon Stanley
Come join Jon Stanley in exploring how Christian faith can be a source of hospitality rather than hostility, one that opens a space for meaningful conversation between religious and secular people, and increased traffic between religious and secular thought, in our pluralistic society. Jon Stanley (M.A.C. '05, M.Div. '05) has served as the theology editor for The Other Journal since 2003 and is a contributor to and co-editor of the recently published book "God is Dead" and I Don't Feel So Good Myself: Theological Engagements with the New Atheism (Cascade, 2010). Jon is currently a practicing psychotherapist at Christian Counseling Services, and completing his doctorate in philosophical theology in the co-joint program at the Institute for Christian Studies (Toronto) / Vrije Universiteit (Amsterdam). His research interfaces with anthropology, theology, and philosophy, and falls mainly in the areas of contemporary constructive theology and the continental philosophy of religion. Jon has lectured on "the God debate" at both the Toronto School of Theology and the University of Ottawa in the past year, and has recently published contributions to Remembering the Future: A Collection of Essays at the Intersection of Theology and Culture (Cascade, 2009), Freedom Unlimited: Liberty, Autonomy, and Responsibility in Clark Pinnock's Open Theism (Wipf and Stock, 2010), Perspective magazine (Fall 2010), and The Kuyper Center Review: Revelation and Common Grace (Eerdmans, 2011).

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