A. J. Conyers

The late A. J. Conyers was a professor of theology for George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University. He wrote various articles and books, including The Eclispe of Heaven: The Loss of Transcendence and Its Effect on Modern Life (Saint Augustine's Press, 1999), and The End: What Jesus Really Said about the Last Things (InterVarsity Press, 1995). He held degrees from the University of Georgia, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.


Volume 50

Guests on Volume 50: Stanley Carlson-Thies, on the theology of "charitable choice"; Bruce S. Thornton, on the loss of ends and the exultation of appetite in the academy; A. J. Conyers, on the origins of the modern view of tolerance (and of Big Government); Stanton L. Jones, on various configurations of science, morality, and homosexuality; Arthur Holmes, on the history of Christianity and education in the liberal arts; Carson Holloway, on All Shook Up: Music, Passion, and Politics; Ted Prescott, on the popular paintings and the prophetic claims of Thomas Kinkade; and Glenn C. Arbery, on the achievement of form in literature.