Stuart McEwing

Graphic Designer, Freelance Creative, Thinker


Stuart McEwing is from Auckland, New Zealand. He holds a Bachelor of Design (2004) with a Major in Media (Visual communication) from Unitec New Zealand, a Graduate Diploma in Theology from Laidlaw College, and a Graduate Diploma in Teaching (secondary) from the University of Auckland. He is currently working on a Masters in Theology and works when and where he can as a Teacher, freelance Graphic Designer and Illustrator. He is active in his home church playing and writing music, as well as the apologetics community of New Zealand, contributing to the blog at Thinking Matters


writing

Thinking Matters Journal - Introducing Apologetics

Thinking Matters Journal - The Broader Task of Apologetics

Blog article - The Argument from Evolution

Award winner in NZCWG, posted as blog article - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – a Christian novel?

Blog article - What makes a good argument?

Blog article - Systematic Theology Series: Key Terms: Doctrine, Theology and Worldview

Blog article - Systematic Theology Series: Building Theological Castles

Blog article - Systematic Theology Series: Unity and Diversity

Blog article - Systematic Theology Series: Sources and Norms

Blog article - The Moral Argument: Against Subjectivism

Blog article - Hermeneutical Principles in Typological Interpretation

Blog article - Systematic Theology Series: General and Special Revelation

Blog article - The Moral Argument: Is Human Flourishing Good Enough?

Blog article - The Moral Argument: Atheistic Moral Platonism

Blog article - What is a Cult?

Blog article - Conflict for the Conflict Thesis

Blog article - Conflict for the Copernican Controversy

Blog article - Conflict in the Newtonian Worldview

Blog article - Conflict for the Darwinian Dispute

Blog article - The Super-Mountain argument of Stephen Law: Part One

Blog article - The Super-Mountain argument of Stephen Law: Part Two

Blog article - The Problem of Evil: Part One

Blog article - The Problem of Evil: Part Two

Blog article - The Problem of Evil: Part Three: Southgate’s “only way” the Wrong Way: God’s Omnipotence and Benevolence in the Problem of Natural Evil

Blog article - The Problem of Evil: Part Four: Why Southgate’s “co-suffering” Argument Suffers: The Intrusion of the Emotional Problem of Evil in Evolutionary Theodicy

Blog article - On Intellectual Defeatism and the retreat into Mystery

Blog article - The Christological themes in Watchmen


Blog article - Divine Eternity

Blog articleOpenness Theology: Part One


Blog article - Openness Theology: Part Two


Blog article - The Anthropological Argument: Part One


Blog article - The Anthropological Argument: Part Two


Blog article - Suffering Through Romans: Part One


Blog article - Suffering Through Romans: Part Two


Blog article - Suffering Through Romans: Part Three


Blog article - Suffering Through Romans: Part Four



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