Bradford McCall is a postgraduate student at Regent University, finishing up his third year of course work toward a doctor of philosophy degree in Systematic Theology. He possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the university System of Georgia, and a Master’s of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary. Previous to his matriculation in PhD studies, he pastored local churches for seven years, and worked for Emergent Genetics. He has great interests in early modern philosophy, systematic theology, and the relationship between Science and Religion. He is thirty years old, never married, and has a great love of Doberman Pinschers.