Douglas Groothuis (website) is a Christian philosopher, author, and lover of Jazz. He received his M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-–Madison and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Oregon. Since that time, Doug has been on the faculty at Denver Seminary. He serves there today as a professor of philosophy as the head of the Christian Apologetics and Ethics program. He also co-directs the Gordon Lewis Center for Christian Thought and Culture with Sarah Geis.
Over the course of his career, Doug has been adjunct professor at Seattle Pacific University as well as a visiting instructor in apologetics for Westminster Theological Seminary in California, instructor at the University of Oregon, and been involved in 12 years of campus ministry.
Doug has written a dozen books including his popular books, Truth Decay and Christian Apologetics, both of which won the “Award of Merit” prize from Christianity Today. His most recent writing project is Philosophy in Seven Sentences, which should be published in 2015.
Doug has had many articles published in scholarly journals such as Sophia, Religious Studies, Philosophia Christi, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Priscilla Papers, Inquiry, Research in Philosophy and Technology, Trinity Journal, and Asbury Theological Journal. He’s also had his work published in popular magazines such as Christianity Today, The Christian Research Journal, Christian Counseling Today, and Modern Reformation and Perspectives. Several of his essays have been published by the All About Jazz website.
He currently resides in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, with his wife Rebecca Merrill Groothuis, who is an author and editor. The family is rounded out by Sunny, the supernaturally cute golden doodle.
- Why Should We Trust the Bible?
- What’s the Best Apologetic Method?
- What is the Relationship of Faith to Reason?
- What Are Some Common Pitfalls a New Apologist Should Avoid?
- How Should We Prepare Young People for Challenges to Their Faith in College?
- How Should We Handle Someone Who’s Apathetic to Christianity?
- How Should Christians Think about Gender Issues?
- How Can We Use Science and Philosophy to Argue that God Exists?
- Do Muslims and Christians Worship the Same God?
- What is the Relationship Between Science and Religion?