I studied philosophy at the University of Manitoba and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. My doctoral dissertation was on the structure of conscious experience. Among other things, it attempted to reconcile some traditional philosophical views about conscious experience with some recent experimental psychology. I have always been interested in the implications of philosophy and science for Christian faith. Most recently I have been reading in the cognitive science of religion, considering how our views about God bear on meaning in life, and thinking about the nature of faith itself. I teach philosophy at a number of colleges and universities in Winnipeg and the surrounding area.