Jack Crabtree

About Jack Crabtree

Jack Crabtree was a tutor at Gutenberg College and the director of McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College, from 1994 to 2016. He joined MSC in 1981, and his teaching there focused on interpretation of the biblical texts and biblical philosophy, the history of philosophy and theology, religious epistemology, and hermeneutics. Jack is a co-author of The Language of God: A Commonsense Approach to Understanding and Applying the Bible, and the author of The Most Real Being: A Biblical and Philosophical Defense of Divine Determinism (Gutenberg College Press). He has a Ph.D. in philosophy.

The Two Most Important Things I Have Learned

Explores how the author's thinking and understanding has changed over the course of twenty years as a tutor at Gutenberg College—specifically, how he understands the Bible and Gutenberg’s role, how his perspective on the nature of Christianity and its origins has changed, and what he has learned about the basis for hope.

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