We are what we continually do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. - Aristotle
My aim is to help you cultivate character that leads to a habit of consistent clarity. I want to help you first to understand and empathize, before criticizing an argument. And when you criticize, I want to help you aim with laser-sharp focus at whether that criticism is based on misinformation, "mal-infomration", or a lack of information.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Vanderbilt University - Bachelors, Child Studies
Graduate Degree: Bethlehem College and Seminary - Masters, Divinity
SAT Composite: 2320
SAT Math: 740
SAT Verbal: 780
SAT Writing: 800
Reading about theology, specifically figuring out how imagination and motivation work together!
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
We become confident through a habit of proficiency. I'm more likely to give an answer quickly when a teacher asks a question if I have a habit of properly attuned instincts. So, if I want your confidence to grow, I need to redirect the water your instincts flow through to the proper conduits of careful thinking.