In addition to being an EPEC Research Fellow, Ben is responsible for all EPEC events. Ben is also responsible for our weekly podcasts. Finally, Ben also schedules EPEC speakers.
Ben Arbour earned his BS in political science at Texas A&M University. Upon graduation, he began working in the banking industry, but he left that career to resume studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he earned a M.Div and a Th.M. After pursuing additional graduate studies at the University of Texas, Ben completed his Ph.D at the University of Bristol. HIs published work has appeared in notable peer-reviewed journals such as Bibliotheca Sacra, the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, and Philosophia Christi. The John Templeton Foundation awarded him a grant to fund his philosophical and theological research. While Ben enjoys academic ministry, he has nearly two decades of experience in the business world, including extensive managerial experience in Fortune 500 companies. Ben and his wife, Meg, live in Fort Worth, TX with their four children.
The Gospel and Social Justice. November 9-10, 2018. This event will take place at Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth Texas.
The keynote speakers for this event includes: Jim Spiegel, Adam Groza, Craig Vincent Mitchell, and Robert Gagnon.
To find out more or to register for this event, go to www.gospelsocialjustice.com
Graham is the Director of media for EPEC. He controls all of EPEC's social media. In addition, he is working on a series about ethical issues for EPEC.
Dr. Graham Floyd received his BA in Biblical Studies and History from Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, MS. He received his Master of Divinity, Master of Theology in philosophy of religion, and PhD in philosophy of religion and ethics from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an adjunct professor at Tarrant County College, Fort Worth, TX and Weatherford College, Weatherford, T