February 20, 2020 / Theology
Jordan Baker suggests that Augustine’s philosophy of time can teach Christians how to engage science.
Jordan Baker is a postdoctoral lecturer at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. His research is primarily concerned with the philosophy of action, especially in the context of free will and agency, but any topic that sits at the intersection of metaphysics, science, and methodology is likely to draw his interest. Baker’s greatest passion, however, is teaching and when he is not in the classroom, he is finding excuses to lead reading groups, theology forums, and political chats throughout both Knoxville and his church community.