Dr. David Reiter
KNOX ONLINE PROFESSOR
Covenant College, BA; Westminster Seminary-California, MAR; University of Nebraska-Lincoln, PhD.
Dr. David Reiter believes firmly in the complementary relationship between Christian faith and philosophical inquiry. He has been teaching philosophy for over twenty five years, and has published numerous articles in academic journals, including Ars Disputandi, Erkenntnis, Faith and Philosophy, Journal of Philosophical Research, Philosophia Christi, and The Confessional Presbyterian. Dr. Reiter enjoys going for walks with his wife Carla, he plays the trombone, and he is a Nebraska football fan. He and his wife have two children.
Q: What is the most rewarding aspect of my teaching at Knox?
A: It has been a delight to see in so many of my Knox students their joy in the Lord and their passion for communicating His Gospel in a thoughtful and effective manner.
- “The Modal Transcendental Argument for God’s Existence,” in The Confessional Presbyterian, vol. 7, 2011.
- “Rejoinder to James Anderson,” in Philosophia Christi, vol. 13, number 1 (2011). (This is a reply to James Anderson’s “No Dilemma for the Proponent of the Transcendental Argument: A Response to David Reiter,” in the same issue.)
- “A Dilemma for the Proponent of the Transcendental Argument for God’s Existence,” in Philosophia Christi, vol. 11, number 2 (Winter 2009).
- “Aquinas on the Eternality and Necessity of the World” (co-authored with Nathanael Johnston), Ars Disputandi 9 (2009).
- “Rachels, Naturalism, and the Status of Human Beings,” in Journal of Philosophical Research, Volume 28, 2003.
- “Plantinga on the Epistemic Implications of Naturalism,” in Journal of Philosophical Research, Volume 25, 2000.
- “Engel on Internalism and Externalism in Epistemology,” in Erkenntnis, 49: 1998.
- “Calvin’s ‘Sense of Divinity’ and Externalist Knowledge of God,” in Faith and Philosophy, July 1998.