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Steven Nemes

Steven Nemes is a Romanian Pentecostal Ph.D. student in systematic theology at Fuller Theological Seminary whose principal interests lie at the intersection of philosophy and theology. Steven is an Adjunct Professor at Grand Canyon University, and specializes in Origen of Alexandria.
Philosophy

The Intelligibility of the Cosmos in Dumitru Stăniloae

In the opening chapter of his Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, Dumitru Stăniloae proposes a close connection between the intelligibility of the cosmos and the existence of a transcendent Intelligence which brings it into being.

Steven Nemes
October 1, 2019
Hermeneutics

Origen's Proto-Phenomenology of Scripture

Although he was not and could not have been a phenomenologist in the proper sense of the term, the writings of Origen contain insightful observations about the way in which Scripture is encountered in lived experience, and these can be fruitfully interpreted from a phenomenological perspective.

Steven Nemes
December 5, 2018