Dr. Timothy Brown has a strong interest in the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, as well as in those who have commented on his works.
Committed to the belief that Thomism is best able to deal with problems faced in Philosophy, Dr. Brown loves to engage in the study of Metaphysics – especially in the signification of Concepts and Things; Logic; and the History of the Medieval Period.
N.T. Wright’s Argument for the Bodily Resurrection of Christ
2016 / The National Conference on Christian Apologetics
The Offensive and Defensive Aspects of Apologetics
2015 / The National Conference on Christian Apologetics
Aquinas and the Nature of Divine Truth
2013 / The National Conference on Christian Apologetics
The Signification of Being in Question II of Thomas de Vio Cajetan’s In De Ente et Essentia d. Thomas Aquinatis
2013 / Ph.D. Dissertation Presentation and Defense
A Review of Michael Polanyi’s Personal Knowledge
2008 / Th.M. Non-thesis Research Work
- Ph.D., 2013, Philosophy of Religion, Southern Evangelical Seminary (Dissertation: The Signification of Being in Question II of Thomas de Vio Cajetan’s In De Ente et Essentia d. Thomas Aquinatis)
- Th.M., 2008, Philosophy, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
- M. Div., 2007, Biblical Languages and Pastoral Care, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
- B. Sc., 2003, Political Science, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- Pastor, McKee Road Baptist Church (2007 – 2015).
- Pastor, Lighthouse Baptist Church (2005 – 2007).
- Operations Pastor, Northside Baptist Church (2015 – 2017).
Timothy is married to Jodi, and they have two children.