Richard J. Mouw

Richard J. Mouw is president and professor of Christian philosophy at Fuller Theological Seminary. Before joining the faculty at Fuller he taught at Calvin College for seventeen years. He has written several articles and books, including The God Who Commands: A Study in Divine Ethics (Notre Dame, 1990) and The Smell of Sawdust (Zondervan, 2000). He has done extensive research in social ethics and the philosophy of culture. He earned his L.L.D. from Northwestern College, his Litt.D. from Houghton College, his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, his M.A. from the University of Alberta, and his B.A. from Houghton College.


Volume 54

Guests on Volume 54: Robert P. Kraynak, on Christian Faith and Modern Democracy: God and Politics in the Fallen World; Mitchell L. Stevens, on home schooling and the individuality of children; Ralph C. Wood, on the Christian achievement of detective novelist P. D. James; Mark Henrie, on the films of Whit Stillman and the overcoming of irony; Terry Lindvall, on the responses of American churches to the advent of motion pictures; Richard J. Mouw, on sin, culture, and common grace; and Marilyn Chandler McEntyre, on her book In Quiet Light: Poems on Vermeer's Women.