Professor at Large
Dr. DeWeese's concentration is in metaphysics and epistemology, specifically as related to philosophical theology. He is deeply committed to helping the church articulate and defend the concept of objective truth in an age of postmodernism and growing relativism. With a background in the sciences, he also has a long-standing interest in the relationship of science and theology. Dr. DeWeese brings a strong practical orientation to the classroom, having served as a missionary and over 15 years as a pastor. He is a frequent speaker in churches and college groups. He authored God and the Nature of Time, Philosophy Made Slightly Less Difficult (with J.P. Moreland), and Doing Philosophy as a Christian. He has contributed chapters to several books, and has published articles in journals such as Philosophia Christi and Discipleship Journal.
“How Can I Know Anything at All?” Apologetics Study Bible (Broadman & Holman)
“Postmodern Ministry?” Sundoulos (Fall 2002)
“The Silence of God: Psalm 13” Discipleship Journal 27 (May-June 1985); reprinted elsewhere.
“Proverbs for the Boardroom”, Discipleship Journal 21 (March-April 1984)
“Get Involved in Your Pastor's Sermon”, Discipleship Journal 21 (March-April 1983); reprinted elsewhere.
Doing Philosophy as a Christian (IVP Academic, 2011)
“Quid Ergo Hipponem et Floridensis? Or, Does Horner Succeed in Referring?” Philosophia Christi 11:1 (Spring 2009)
“One Person, Two Natures: Two Metaphysical Models of the Incarnation,” in Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective, ed. Fred Sanders and Klaus Issler
The Apologetics Study Bible; by Ted Cabal, editor. Garrett J. DeWeese, contributing author. (B&H Academic, 2007)
Philosophy Made Slightly Less Difficult;, with JP Moreland (IVP, 2005)
“Immortality,”Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Macmillan, 2005)
“Hume and the Kalam Cosmological Argument,” with Joshua Rasmussen, in In Defense of Natural Theology: A Post-Humean Reassessment, ed. Douglas Groothuis and James Sennett (IVP, 2005)
Review of The Church in Emerging Culture: Five Perspectives ed. Leonard Sweet, inChristian Education Journal,Summer 2005
“The Premature Reports of Foundationalism's Demise,” with JP Moreland, in Reclaiming the Center: A Response to Post-Conservative Theology, ed. Millard Erickson, Paul Kjelseth and Justin Taylor (Crossway, 2004)
God and the Nature of Time (Ashgate, 2004)
Review of The Applicability of Mathematics as a Philosophical Problem, by Mark Steiner, Philosophia Christi 4:1 (Spring 2002)
“Eternal God: Atemporal, Sempiternal, or Omnitemporal?” in God and Time: Essays on the Nature of God, ed. Gregory Ganssle and David Woodruff (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001).
“Toward A Robust Natural Theology: Reply to Paul Moser” Philosophia Christi 3:1 (Spring 2001)
“Timeless God, Tenseless Time” Philosophia Christi 2:2 (Spring 2000)