Darren Slade is a theological historian, systematician, and critical rationalist philosopher from Denver, Colorado. Specializing in historic-speculative theology, theoretical metaphysics, and the socio-political development of religious belief systems, Darren’s academic publications include investigations into Islamic history, church history, ancient Near-Eastern textual interpretations, and the academic study of the philosophy, sociology, and psychology of religion. He earned his PhD in theology and church history from the Rawlings School of Divinity (Virginia). To see more about Darren and read his publications, visit: darrenmslade.academia.edu.
- “Religious Homophily and Biblicism: A Theory of Conservative Church Fragmentation” – The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society
- “Miracle Eyewitness Reports” (the psychology of) – Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, 3rd ed.
- “The “Sons of God” as a Polemic against Royal Immortality: A Philological and Literary Comparison of Genesis 6:1–4 and the Epic of Kirta” – Evangelical Journal
- “Arabia Haeresium Ferax (Arabia Bearer of Heresies): Schismatic Christianity’s Potential Influence on Muhammad and the Qur’an” – American Theological Inquiry
- “The Early Church’s Inconsequential View of the Mode of Baptism” – American Theological Inquiry