James Taylor, Ph.D.
Porter Center Room 8
MTTh 3:30pm–4:30pm (Main campus); W 5:00pm–6:00pm (Downtown campus); F 2pm-3pm (Main Campus); & by appointment
or via email: email@example.com
Epistemology, Philosophy of Religion, Christian Apologetics
Research Interests: Christian Apologetics, Epistemology, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Religion
Dr. Taylor grew up in Oregon, Washington, and California and graduated from Westmont College with a degree in philosophy. He earned a master’s degree in theology at Fuller Theological Seminary and completed a master’s degree and doctorate in philosophy at the University of Arizona.
He has published three books—Introducing Apologetics: Cultivating Christian Commitment, Learning for Wisdom: Christian Education & the Good Life, and Soul Pilgrimage: Knowing God in Everyday Life (co-authored with his wife Jennifer).
His numerous articles and book chapters include, “The New Atheism and Models of God: The Case of Richard Dawkins,” “The Lewis-Anscombe Debate: A Philosophical Reformulation,” “Physicalism, Dualism, and Resurrection,” and “Hume on Miracles: Interpretation and Criticism.”