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Announcing The first Two Editors of The Thomas Society….

December 10, 2010

The man who is Wednesday Dr. Matthew Jordan, Academics

Matthew is a native of Hudson, Ohio, and a philosophy professor at Auburn University’s Montgomery (Alabama) campus, where he has taught since May 2010.  He holds degrees in philosophy from Ohio University (B.A. ’99), Talbot School of Theology (M.A. ’03), and The Ohio State University (Ph.D. ’09).  His teaching and research generally focus on religious and moral questions, and his scholarly work has appeared in The Journal of Medicine and PhilosophyPhilo, and Religious Studies. Matt has been happily married to his wife Jen, with whom he has five children, since 1999.  He serves on the ethics committee at Baptist Medical Center South, coaches pee-wee basketball, and loves Cleveland sports, single malt scotch, and C. S. Lewis.  He also likes to cook.

The Man Who is Thursday (and Abbot of The Thomas Society), Jonathan Weyer, Culture

Jonathan is part gypsy, having lived in six states. He is the staff director for the CCO in the state of Ohio. He has a BA in history from Covenant College and a Masters of Divinity (with honors) from Covenant Theological Seminary. His first novel, The Faithful has been published to critical acclaim and is currently shopping a book about his time hanging out with atheists. Jonathan is also a editorial contributor to TAPS paranormal magazine on religious issues and the paranormal. His work with the atheists won a multicultural award from The Ohio State University in 2008. He loves St. Louis sports teams, the Buckeyes, Coen Brother films and Stephen King.  Jonathan lives in Columbus, Ohio with wife, three kids and a crazy cat.

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