Richard Brian Davis is Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Tyndale University College in Toronto, Canada. He teaches on subjects ranging from Metaphysics, Epistemology, and Symbolic Logic to the Philosophy of Atheism, the Analytic Tradition, and the apologetic works of C.S. Lewis.
Dr. Davis received his MA and PhD degrees in Philosophy from the University of Toronto. Prior to that he completed his BSc in Zoology at the University of Alberta, where in his first year he heard the good news, and judged it to be “true and reasonable” (Acts 26:25; cf. Acts 16:30-31).
He and his wife, Caroline, are high school sweethearts. They met in Grade 9 History class at Sir John A. MacDonald Collegiate Institute. Happily married for more than thirty years, they are the proud parents of three children, all of whom are studying at Tyndale.