Dr. Edward N. Martin is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Theology and is the Associate Chairman of the Department of Philosophy and Theology at Liberty University. Dr. Edward N. Martin received a B.A. from Hillsdale College, a M.A. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, a M.A. from Purdue University and a Ph.D. from Purdue University. His Ph.D. dissertation was entitled The Evidential Argument from Evil in Recent Analytic Philosophy.
Infinite Causal Regress and the Secunda Via in the Thought of Thomas Aquinas, Global Journal of Classical Theology (2004)
Review: God the Father Almighty: A Contemporary Exploration of the Divine Attributes, Global Journal of Classical Theology (2000)
Proper Function, Natural Reason, and Evils as Extrinsic Goods, Global Journal of Classical Theology (1998)
This is a paper about God, evil, and the soul-making theodicy. Too often we pair...
On Behalf of the Fool: G.E. Moore and Our Knowledge of the Existence of Material Objects, Sorites: Digital Journal of Analytical Philosophy (1996)
In this paper I argue that G.E. Moore’s naturalism (combined with his sense-data theory) falls...