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Jeremy Evans, PhDJeremy Evans, PhD

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

Jeremy Evans is an Assistant Professor of Christian Philosophy at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Before coming to Southeastern, Dr. Evans was an Assistant Professor at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  He earned his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas under the direction of Hugh McCann.  Dr. Evans holds a strong interests in metaphysics (especially action theory) and metaethics.  His other current interest is in social and political theory, especially issues concerning how Christianity might interact in the public square.  He is married to his best friend Wendy, and has two daughters--Avery and Kaely.  He writes "My girls are the most special part of my life."

Areas of Specialization

Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, Metaethics

Available Lectures by Jeremy Evans

  • 121116_MP07 Is It Possible to Find Meaning in a Material World? Is It Possible to Find Meaning in a Material World?
    Format:Downloadable mp3

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