Biography

Greg Ganssle is a Senior Fellow at the Rivendell Institute and lectures in the Department of Philosophy at Yale University. His work explores the intersection of Christian faith and contemporary scholarship.

Ganssle earned a Masters of Arts in philosophy from the University of Rhode Island. He then went full time and earned his PhD from Syracuse University where his dissertation on God’s relation to time won a Syracuse University Dissertation Award.

In addition to publishing many articles, chapters and reviews, Greg has edited two books, and is the author of Thinking about God: First Steps in Philosophy (Inter Varsity Press, 2004) and A Reasonable God: Engaging the New Face of Atheism (Baylor University Press, fall of 2009).