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Dr. Aku S. Antombikums at School of Theology

Since 2023, Dr. Aku S. Antombikums has been appointed as lecturer at the School of Theology, Foundation Academy of Amsterdam. Dr. Aku S. Antombikums specialises in the analytic philosophy of religion, analytic theology, and systematic theology. He received his PhD in analytic philosophy of religion at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in 2022. He is currently an Associate Member at Extreme Beliefs: The Epistemology and Ethics of Fundamentalism Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and a research associate at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Dr Aku’s research interest centres mainly on the existential problem of evil orchestrated by human freedom. His recent publications include Divine Omnipresence and Human Suffering (Philosophia Reformata 2024), Are Religious Experiences Immediate Revelations? A Study of Pentecostal Hermeneutics (Verbum et Ecclesia 2024), Divine Presence and Absence: A Theodicy of Narrative Analytic Theology (Verbutm et Ecclesia 2024), “The Problem of Evil: Does Open Theism Have a Better Response?” Acta Theologica Vol 44 No 1 (2024), 11-19, Divine Providence Amid Ecological Crises: A Nigerian Perspective (Forth-coming chapter: Making Room for the Story to Continue? An Earthed Faith: Telling the Story amid the “Anthropocene”) and “Divine Omnipotence and Love in Open Theism” Studies in Reformed Theology (Brill, forthcoming). He has a forthcoming monograph entitled Divine Control, Human Agency and the Problem of Evil.

Dr Aku teaches the following courses: Philosophy of Religion, Introduction to World Views & Christian Ethics and Twenty-first Century Challenges to Biblical Interpretation.


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