EPS Web Author Profiles
Paul Gould, PhD
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, The College at Southeastern
Paul Gould works with Faculty Commons, the faculty and graduate student ministry of CRU and is an adjunct professor for Southeastern College (currently teaching History of Ideas). He has a PhD in Philosophy from Purdue University and a Masters in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Talbot School of Theology. Paul specializes in metaphysics, philosophical theology, and the philosophy of religion. He is the co-editor, along with William Lane Craig, of The Two Tasks of the Christian Scholar: Redeeming The Soul, Redeeming the Mind (Crossway, 2007) and is currently working on two other book projects: Beyond the Control of God? Six Views on the Problem of God and Abstract Objects (forthcoming, Continuum) and (along with Richard Brian Davis) Loving God with Your Mind: Essays in Honor of J.P. Moreland (forthcoming, Moody Press). He has articles in Axiomathes, Metaphysica, Philosophia Christi and Cultural Encounters. For more, check out his webpage, where he regularly blogs: www.paul-gould.com. Paul is married to Ethel and has four children. In his spare time you can usually find Paul hanging out with his family, hiking, mountain biking, watching a movie, or reading a good book. His passion is to promote a brilliant and beautiful Christ to the university and world.
Areas of Specialization
3. Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, and Philosophical Theology