Roy A. Clouser, Professor Emeritus
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
Some areas of special interest: philosophy of religion; metaphysics, philosophy of science; comparative religion.
Teaches (besides the basic and core courses): Modern Philosophy; Seminar in Modern Philosophy; Philosophy of Religion; Metaphysics; Science and Religion; Introductory and Intermdiate Logic, Political Philosophy and others.
Books and articles: The Myth of Religious Neutrality (Univ. Notre Dame Press 1991); Knowing with the Heart (InterVarsity Press 1999) and numerous articles in philosophy of religion.
Also at TCNJ: former Director, Freshman Core Course; Athens to New York; has chaired the Dept. and served on various committees.
Other: Played trombone on a coast-to-coast radio show, and in a symphony orchestra for eight years. Sang with the Pennsylvania Ballet; sang the national anthem at the ballpark in Philadelphia.
Currently working on: Belief in God and Strategies for Theories, to be published by University of Notre Dame Press