I recently completed a PhD in Philosophy of Religion and Theology at Claremont Graduate University studying process philosophy/theology, post-Holocasut philosophy/theology, Jewish-Christian relations, and various strands of post-modern thought. Ask me about Whitehead, Adorno, Walter Benjamin or Eric Vogelin and my eyes will light up. I also have an MDiv from Christian Theological Seminary, and did my undergrad work at Wabash College.
I currently teach as adjunct faculty for Vincennes University in San Diego, where I live with my wife Megan and dog Madison. I’m also interested in good literature, music of many varieties, and I love to travel (when time and money allow). I enjoy good coffee, good (yet affordable) wine, and conversations with family and friends that frequently include one of the two.