B.A. Bible, Freed-Hardeman University, 1980
M.A. Philosophy of Religion, Harding Graduate School of Religion, 1984
M.A. Philosophy, University of Dallas, 1990
Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Tennessee, 2000
Office Hours for Fall 2019:
Tuesday 10:00-10:30; 3:00-4:00
Wednesday 9:00-10:30; 1:00-3:00
Thursday 9:00-10:30; 3:00-4:00
August Short Course: The Problem of Suffering
Christian Evidences 12:00pm-12:50pm MWF
Values in Human Thought and Action
M 6:00pm - 8:50pm
TR 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Dr. Myers is Professor of Philosophy and of Bible, and Program Director for the Arts and Humanities major, as well as the Individualized major. He has taught full-time at Freed Hardeman since 1998.
Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Coursework: Kant's First Critique, Ethics and Animals, Philosophy of Mind, Plato, The Empiricists, Time and Space in World Religions, History of Ethics, Aristotle
Dissertation: Philosophical Issues Concerning the Bible and Animal Telos
M.A. in Philosophy, University of Dallas, Dallas, TX
Coursework: Philosophy and Literature, Philosophy of God, Philosophy of Language, Scholastic Tradition, Philosophical Anthropology, Plato, Philosophy of Being, Aristotle, Christian Epic: Milton, Reformation Thought
M.A. in Philosophy of Religion, Harding Graduate School of Religion, Memphis, TN
Coursework: The Ministry of Teaching, Greek Readings, Genesis, Philosophy of Religion, Christian Evidences, Systematic Christian Doctrine, Readings in the Hebrew Old Testament, Seminar in the Synoptic Gospels, Problems of Religious Knowledge
Thesis: A Critical Analysis of Mortimer J. Adler's Cosmological Argument
B.A. in Bible, Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, TN
1998 to Present
Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, TN
Courses Taught: Introduction to Philosophy, History of Philosophy 1 and 2, Plato's Republic, Ethics, Logic, The Problem of Suffering, Values in Human Thought and Action, Foundations of Faith, Christian Evidences, World Religions, Topical Bible Studies, Contemporary Concerns, Suffering and the Human Condition, Hebrews, Doctor Who and Philosophy, Harry Potter and Philosophy
1990 to 1998
Heritage Christian University, Florence, AL
Courses Taught: Old Testament Survey, New Testament Survey, Old Testament Exegesis, Romans, Existence and Attributes of God, Inspiration and Authority of the Bible, Deity of Christ, Jesus the Christ, Case for Biblical Christianity, Establishing Biblical Authority, Philosophy, Critical Thinking, World Religions, The Problem of Suffering
1997 to 1998
Teaching Asst. – University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Course Taught: The Human Condition: Value and Reality
1995 to 1998
University of North Alabama (part-time)
Courses Taught: Introduction to Philosophy, Ethics, Logic, Philosophy of Religion
1987 to 1990
Brown Trail School of Preaching, Bedford, TX
Courses Taught: World Religions, Wisdom Literature, Fundamentals II, Christian Apologetics
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