Dr. Nathan Jacobs
Assistant Professor of Religion & Philosophy
Ph.D., Calvin Theological Seminary
M.A.,Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
B.A., Trinity International University
NATHAN A. JACOBS is Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy at John Brown University (Siloam Springs, AR) and Director of the Paradosis Center for Theology and Scripture. Dr. Jacobs's research interests include patristic philosophy and theology, medieval and post-Reformation scholasticism, and modern philosophy of religion. He has published numerous essays in edited volumes and academic journals, including Kant and the New Philosophy of Religion (Indiana University Press, 2006), Modern Theology, Faith and Philosophy, and Philosophia Christi. He is author of In Defense of Kant’s "Religion" (Indiana University Press, 2008), which was nominated for the American Philosophical Association’s 2009 Young Scholars Book Prize and the American Academy of Religion’s 2009 Textual Analysis Prize, and is editor of The Persistence of the Sacred in Modern Thought (University of Notre Dame Press, 2012).