Jonathan W. Rowe

Jon Rowe is an Associate Professor of Business at Mercer County Community College, where he teaches business, law, and legal issues relating to politics. An attorney licensed in PA for over 10 years who maintains the most minimal practice you could imagine, he holds JD, MBA, and LL.M. degrees from Temple University. Ditto with what Hanley and Kuznicki said about their employers and views not necessarily being reflected or endorsed.

2 Responses to Jonathan W. Rowe

  1. Michael says:

    Regarding your post about Kupelian not being a Christian. I find it ironic, if that is the term I need, that you would make such a statenent (and verbose to boot) when you yourself make no exposition of your own beliefs. The content of your post, however, seems to suggest you know little of Christianity or its tenets.

  2. Jon Rowe says:

    Michael: David Kupelian doesn’t believe in the Trinity. That makes him “not a Christian,” as Richard Price put it, “according to the commonly received ideas of Christianity.”

    It was no less than St. Athanasius who first most notably articulated this understanding of “Christianity.”

    If you read the post you refer to carefully, you will see I make no “judgment” on whether Kupelian is or is not a “Christian.” Rather, certain forces within historic Christianity do.

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