You will be able to review Steve's historical archives here, as his archive grows.
Currently professor of philosophy at FHSU, Stephen acquired his Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska. He teaches in the areas of symbolic logic, history of philosophy, biblical studies, and philosophy of religion. His current primary areas of philosophical research inhabit the intersection of biblical theology and philosophy of religion. Stephen recently completed a substantial book titled Free Will, Nature's Laws, and God's Foreknowledge.
Stephen enjoys working with wood, gardening and traveling. He and his wife, Joanne, have four adult, married children and ten grandchildren (so far). In addition to all of these endeavors, Stephen is also passionate about the need for citizen participation in public policy and government.
Steve invites readers to view his archives here.