Paul K. Moser


Peter Taylor Forsyth (1848-1921) is among the most insightful and challenging of modern theologians. Ordained to the ministry in 1876, he served as a pastor in London, Manchester, and Cambridge, before taking an appointment as Principal of Hackney College, London in 1901. His major books include The Person and Place of Jesus Christ, The Principle of Authority, and Positive Preaching and Modern Mind. Paul K. Moser is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. He is the author of Understanding Religious Experience (forthcoming), The God Relationship (2017), The Severity of God (2013), The Evidence for God (2010), and The Elusive God (2008). Benjamin Nasmith is a recent graduate of Briercrest Seminary. He is co-editor (with Paul K. Moser) of God in Experience: Essays of Hugh Ross Mackintosh (Pickwick, 2018).