Using Lundin as a guide, this workshop will 1) briefly trace some of the intellectual challenges of the modern age; 2) read some selections that highlight doubt and faith during this time; 3) and discuss how the idea of “believing again” can help us form Christians with sturdy souls in our own secular age.
Adam has been involved in classical Christian education as a teacher and administrator for eleven years. He currently teaches Logic School History, Literature, and Latin at Seattle Christian Classical School. He has a B.A. in Biblical Languages from Moody Bible Institute, and he has M.A.’s in Biblical Exegesis and Historical & Systematic Theology from Wheaton College Graduate School. He lives in the Seattle area with his wife and four children.