I’m a guy with a curious mind and a short attention span.
I was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia (well, like most people who say that, I was actually raised in the suburbs). I went to college at Furman University in Greenville, SC, where I met my wife and spent a lot of time throwing a frisbee.
After that I got married and moved to Louisville, KY, where I spent an inordinately long period of time in grad school at Southern Seminary. After getting my MDiv, I did PhD work in Christian apologetics and worldview, with a healthy dose of theology and world religions just for kicks.
That was intellectually engaging, but a mixture of burnout, major life events, and prayer brought me to the conclusion that a life in academia wasn’t for me. So I “cashed in” most of my PhD credits for a ThM and returned to Greenville to start over. After a stint as a copyeditor, I’ve spent the last several years working in the family business (an insurance agency). But at heart I’m still a writer and teacher.
We have two sons who love soccer and a daughter who loves monkeys. I love soccer and monkeys too. Who doesn’t? We are active members of Fellowship Greenville.
If you want to know more, look around the site or connect with me on Twitter.
Now… that’s enough about me. Tell me something about you.