Rik Peels

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Rik Peels studied philosophy and theology at the Theological University Apeldoorn (the Netherlands), the VU University Amsterdam (the Netherlands), Notre Dame University (IN, USA), and Merton College at Oxford University (United Kingdom). He wrote his PhD dissertation on the ethics of belief. He has published on the limits of science, responsible belief, the cognitive consequences of sin and grace, and ignorance. Previously, he worked for IFES in the Netherlands as the national coordinator of The Veritas Forum. He is now a researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. For more, see www.rikpeels.nl.
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Does the Bible describe God as jealous?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:00:00 2,067 28 May 2014
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What are the implications that God is jealous?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:00:00 2,040 28 May 2014
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Is it wrong for God to be jealous?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:00:00 1,925 28 May 2014
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What other reasons do we have to think God is jealous?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:05:03 1,772 28 May 2014
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What is scientism?
Rik Peels Philosophy › ... › Epistemology 00:00:00 1,708 24 May 2016
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What does it really mean to have a sense of humour?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:00:00 1,472 31 May 2015
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If God has a sense of humour, what difference does it make?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:00:00 1,472 31 May 2015
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What is distinctive about divine jealousy in the Bible from other views?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:00:00 1,463 27 May 2014
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Why should it matter whether or not God has a sense of humour?
Rik Peels TheologyGod 00:00:00 1,441 31 May 2015
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What is common sense?
Rik Peels Philosophy › ... › Epistemology 00:00:00 1,071 24 May 2016

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