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 at work on a book about Christian suffering, entitled, When the Stars Disappear: Understanding and Coping with Our Suffering, which will be published by Crossway. Dr. Talbot is available to speak on this and other topics. You may contact him at mark.talbot@wheaton.edu.

Dr. Mark Talbot

Writings

More samples of Dr. Talbot’s writings may be found at Academia.edu.

When the Stars Disappear

The first four chapters of the upcoming book When the Stars Disappear: Understanding and Coping with our Suffering is available for download below.

Broken Wholeness

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.

Media

A four-session audio series on the topic of When the Stars Disappear next two chapters is available below.

A Chapel Talk at Crossway Books on Suffering