Phillip Cary

Phillip Cary is professor and department chair of philosophy at Eastern University. He is the author of Good News for Anxious Christians (Brazos, 2022) and The Nicene Creed (Lexham, 2023).
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In the Bible, the heart is not just where people have emotions. It’s also where they think. In a good translation of Scripture, you will often hear about the thoughts of the heart. It’s a holistic way of talking: it unites thoughts and feelings in a single whole by putting them together in the same place [...]

Phillip Cary
Friday, April 5th 2024

The upcoming seventeen-hundredth anniversary of the Council of Nicaea in 2025 gives us an incentive to learn more about that pivotal time in history and the creed that came of it. To this end, one can scarcely find a more accessible source than Phillip Cary’s new book [...]

Simonetta Carr
Phillip Cary
Tuesday, December 19th 2023

We experience radical changes in our Christian life now and then, but it’s not all about change. It’s about being in some way the same new creation you were when you died and were raised with Christ in baptism. [...]

Brannon Ellis
Phillip Cary
Friday, September 1st 2023

Extended Audio Version Modern Reformation Magazine · An Extended Interview With Phil Cary From Our Issue On The Already Dr. Phillip Cary is professor of philosophy and chair of his department at Eastern University. He’s author of Good News for Anxious Christians (Brazos, 2022) and The Nicene Creed (Lexham, 2023). This is an extended version […]

Phillip Cary
Brannon Ellis
Monday, August 7th 2023

Readers of Michael Horton's Christless Christianity and The Gospel-Driven Life will find Good News for Anxious Christians an outstanding companion in the effort to foster a proper understanding of Christian thinking and living that flows from God's good news. Emerging from decades of firsthand exposure to evangelical anxieties about sanctification, this is a welcome addition […]

John J. Bombaro
Phillip Cary
Tuesday, November 1st 2011

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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