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I am a developing Christian personally, a skilled craftsman professionally, and skeptical philosopher intellectually. Hailing from beautiful British Columbia, Canada, I’m an avid blogger and aspiring writer who is endlessly fascinated with discovering and communicating the reality and meaning of our human experience. My goal is to become a published author, but for now I am still searching for my thesis (for I want to avoid beating dead horses). Until that day, I continue to blog in order to refine my writing, and continue to debate in order to refine my arguments. — My principle areas of interest and study, in which I invest the majority of my study and writing, are philosophy, apologetics, and theology (in that order), with a keen interest in critical thinking, which governs all my pursuits. In philosophy I am interested in metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics. In apologetics I am interested in defending the superiority of the Christian faith. In theology I am interested in defending the biblical faithfulness of the Doctrines of Grace. — I write on philosophical issues as a student of revelational epistemology; although my language and presentations are typically contemporary, the views I defend are all based foundationally on and appeal to the revealed Word of God. I write on apologetics as a student of presuppositionalism; although most people judge arguments based on certain criteria, I am a critical skeptic of those criteria themselves. And I write on theological issues as a student of the Protestant Reformation; when it comes to exploring and evaluating issues of the Christian faith, I stand firmly on the ‘five solas’ of the great Reformers.
What you believe is not nearly as important as why you believe it.