A bit about this site

The debt I owe to those who have written so well is so very large and I am grateful for their inspiration, companionship, and mentorship from their pen on my journey in faith. This site is a place for me to collect my musings and curate my readings and interests in theology, philosophy, and spiritual formation. In addition to book reviews (co-hosted on my Substack page), there are a variety of topics offered including bible exposition, church, culture, apologetics, and more on the Essays/Expositions page. I’m grateful you have taken the time to browse the content and if you wish to contribute by commenting, kindly observe the guidelines.

A bit about me

After spending 20 years as a professional musician playing guitar in the United States Air Force Academy Band and successfully completing a B.A. in sociology (with honors, Chapman University) and the M.A. in philosophy of religion from Denver Seminary (with honors), I have Paul D. Adamsworked in the IT industry, taught full-time as adjunct professor of philosophy and religious studies, and served for many years as Board Member, Director of Information Technology, and Trip Leader with ConservationVIP®, a non-profit dedicated to the sustainability of some of the world’s greatest landscapes, cultural sites, and biodiversity.

I hold memberships in the Society of Christian Philosophers, the Evangelical Philosophical Society, and the Evangelical Theological Society. My wife, Patty, and I are active members of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Raleigh, North Carolina.

To read how I came to be a Christ-follower, browse to my journey page. You may view a personal doctrinal statement here. To learn more about my theology and academic interests, please visit essays & expositions.

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