Jamie is a follower of the King, Jesus Christ, a husband, and a father, and an aspiring analytic, classical theologian. Further, he enjoys writing on cultural content and how the gospel compels us to enter into the social dialogue to announce the presence of the kingdom and the return of the King. He currently resides in the state of Florida. He and his wife met in high school and celebrated their 20th year of marriage in 2020. They have two children, a 11-year-old daughter, and a 15-year-old son. He is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity degree from Houston Baptist University.
He is a fan of classical thinkers represented by the great theological “A” team: the Apostle Paul, Athanasius, Augustine, Anselm, Aquinas.; also, some of the great imaginative literary giants of the 20th century including G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien. He believes in the unbroken unity of the classic and Christian tradition that integrates faith, reason, experience, and imagination into a unified worldview.
Jamie’s desire is to impact the culture and the church by equipping Christians with a firm foundation of knowing what they believe and why they believe it and how to define, defend, and think about it. He hopes to help the Church think critically about their faith and to help the culture think Christian-ly about faith and the world around us. Further, the telos for this goal is to help the Church lives fully and gratefully as Kingdom participants living to the calling of the Great Commandments and the Great Commission. Finally, his ultimate and chief end is to glorify God and to make the name of Jesus famous!
“It Cannot Be Too Often Repeated That Philosophy Is Everybody’s Business. To Be A Human Being Is To Be Endowed With The Proclivity To Philosophize. To Some Degree We All Engage In Philosophical Thought In The Course Of Our Daily Lives.”- Mortimer Adler