Interview with Bryan O’Neal

How does philosophy help us defend our faith as Christians? Dr. Bryan O’Neal shares how philosophy is deeply critical to being faithful witnesses in today’s world.

About Bryan

Dr. Bryan O’Neal teaches philosophy at Moody Bible Institute and is the Dean of Faculty for the Theology Department. Bryan is originally from Texas and graduated from Moody Bible with a Pastoral Studies major.  He completed his Master’s degree in philosophy at Purdue, which further led to his doctoral degree in philosophy. Bryan returned to Moody to become part of the faculty, teaching philosophy and apologetics.

Believing that thinking is an act of worship, and committed to the centrality of the Church in service and worship, Bryan relishes the opportunity to present to Moody’s bright and passionate students the challenge of loving God with all their minds, and serve Moody’s faculty as they work to do the same. Bryan and his wife Denise have three wonderful daughters – Katie, KaraLynn, and Elyssa.

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About Michael Easley

Michael is husband to one, dad to four, pastor to Fellowship Bible Church, and host of Michael Easley inContext.

  • Jorge Hoyos

    What a great conversation! Growing up I never really liked the sciences. Math was always my forte. As I’m getting older, a deeper appreciation for math and the sciences has emerged and I love to hear good, thoughtful Christians in these fields share how they tell the glory of our creator. Like David wrote in the Psalms, “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands.” We need not shy away from science, math, philosophy, etc. Let’s engage them.

    • michaelincontext

      Thanks for your reply Jorge. Dr. O’Neal is doing a great work @ Moody.

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