Richard G Howe obtained a B.A. in Bible from Mississippi College, an M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Mississippi, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Arkansas.
Both a debater and speaker, Dr. Howe has taught courses in philosophy at the University of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, Marquette University and the University of Arkansas.
Currently Dr. Howe is Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics and the Director of the Ph.D. Program at Southern Evangelical Seminary. He is also a contributing writer for the Christian Research Journal and to date, has contributed to several apologetics books and lectured extensively in Philosophy and Christian Apologetics in the United States, Canada, across Europe, and in Africa.
Dr. Howe's Speaking Topics Include:
Reasons for Faith: An Introduction to Christian Apologetics
The Problem of Evil
Why Your Theology Needs Philosophy
Bumper Sticker Atheists: How to Answer It
Seeing Is Believing?
Satanism: A Taste of the Dark Side
Occultism in the Church: The Word of Faith Movement
Answering the Apostles of the New Atheism