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Sarah Geis, M.A.Sarah Geis, M.A.

Director of the Gordon Lewis Center for Christian Thought and Culture, Denver Seminary

Sarah Geis received her M.A. in Philosophy of Religion from Denver Seminary in 2012. She currently teaches apologetics and ethics there, where she is also the director and co-founder of the Gordon Lewis Center for Christian Thought and Culture. Sarah has published work in Philosophia Christi, Bibliotheca Sacra, the Christian Research Journal, and the Denver Journal. She is currently a PhD candidate in philosophy of religion under Yujin Nagasawa at the University of Birmingham, UK, studying the Cartesian Ontological Argument. She strives to write, teach, and live in a manner that helps others pursue truth more carefully and passionately.

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