First and foremost, I am a Christian saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, to whom I am enslaved as a servant of the gospel.
Next in importance, I am a husband of one woman and a father of two children.
Outside of family, most of my time is spent thinking, writing, and reading in the areas of Christian apologetics, philosophy of religion, hermeneutics, and Christian theology.
I am thoroughly Protestant and evangelical in the tradition of classical Arminianism with denominational membership in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
A.S. in General Studies, Southern Adventist University (2000)
B.S. in Paralegal Studies, The College for Professional Studies (2003)
M.A. in Christian Apologetics, Liberty University (December 2019 anticipated completion) Capstone Topic: The consistency of Arminian theology with a presuppositional apologetic methodology.
Currently awaiting PhD admission decision to begin doctoral studies in January 2020.
Research Interests: Religious epistemology and hermeneutics; Comparative religious epistemology; New Testament historiography; The history of Seventh-day Adventism.