Scholars We Support
Dr. Mark Talbot
Mark R. Talbot, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Wheaton College in Illinois, is our first Scholar. He has been a Thomas F. Staley Distinguished Christian Scholar, an Andrew Mellon Graduate Fellow in the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned his Ph.D., and a recipient of The Leland Ryken Award for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities at Wheaton College. He is currently working on a four-volume series on Suffering and the Christian Life. The first volume, When the Stars Disappear: Help and Hope from Stories of Suffering in Scripture, is available now. Dr. Talbot is available to speak on this and other topics. You may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brand New Book!
When the Stars Disappear: Help and Hope from Stories of Suffering in Scripture
When suffering overwhelms us, it is easy to despair and even doubt God’s goodness. As the clouds of suffering roll in, we can lose sight of everything but our pain. In these moments, when the stars disappear, we must turn to Scripture to find assurance that God can and will carry us through.
More samples of Dr. Talbot’s writings may be found at Academia.edu.
Read Broken Wholeness, a glimpse into our first Scholar’s journey from a paralyzing accident as a teen to his life as a professor, an author, and speaker today.
Why Personhood Runs Deeper Than Neurology
Didaktikos Journal Article, April 2020.
What the Apostle Paul Teaches Us About Suffering
Excerpt from When the Stars Disappear
Vocation and Calling
A talk to the Fellows of the Chicago Chapter of the C. S. Lewis Institute on March 3rd, 2018.
Didaktikos Journal Article, April 2019.
A Song in the Dark
The transcript of this sermon is available for download here.