I’ve engaged in periodic conversation with David Naugle, Distinguished University Professor, chair and professor of philosophy at Dallas Baptist University, for quite some time. Why? To wrestle with “the heart” and the history of worldview, not only only in an “academic” sense, but also in the life and ministry to which I have been called as a part of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. As you may rememberÂ Mike HickersonÂ interviewedÂ David on Reordered Love, Reordered Lives: Learning the Deep Meaning of HappinessÂ (William B. Eerdmans, 2008) at the 2010Â CCO Jubilee Conference. Before digging into Worldview: The History of a ConceptÂ (William B. Eerdmans, 2002)Â a little more on David . . .
He is married to Deemie Naugle, the Associate provost at Dallas Baptist University and has been for many years; they have one daughter, Courtney who is working in West Dallas at a non-profit organization. He has two earned doctorates, one in theology and the other in philosophy and literature. He has written four books and three screenplays. He attends the Village Church in Dallas.
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