Carlos Parra is completing his philosophy degree and works for Air Canada. Carlos skydives and travels all the across the globe.
Michael Adam Ferguson is the Cognitive Neurology, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Laboratory for Brain Network Imaging and Modulation--Harvard Medical School, Department of Neurology. He is the host of the Luminous Brain Podcast.
Zach Reimer will be starting his PhD in Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma in the Fall of 2019. Zach is also a contributing author at Kazingram Dialogue. You can read his latest article "A Silent Saviour".
Craig Carter is Professor of Theology, Theologian-in-Resident, and an author.
Hugh Hunter has a Phd in the History of Philosophy from the University of Toronto. He was a Post-Doc at Humboldt Universität, Berlin, and has taught philosophy at seven universities.
Mark Mercer is Professor of Philosophy, President of Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship, and a public intellectual.
One of the greatest challenges of the spiritual life, the study of theology, and the work of philosophy is when the expected is absent or silent. Some have talked about the problems of evil as problems of absence – of the lack of health, or protection from harm, or even apparent meaning in the cascade of pain that we experience and witness. Another expectation is seen in the problem of divine hiddenness.