Andrew M. Davis is a philosopher, theologian, and scholar of world religions. A native of northern California, he was born and raised among the towering redwoods of Occidental and the meandering woodlands of Santa Rosa’s Bennett Valley. It was out these natural settings that his passion for the questions of philosophy, theology and religion first emerged. He holds degrees in Philosophy/Theology and Interreligious Studies, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Religion at Claremont School of Theology. Among his many research interests are: Metaphysics and Philosophical Theology (process philosophy/theology), Philosophy of Religion (evil and religious pluralism), Natural Theology (science, religion and cosmology), Comparative Religion (West and East) and Applied Spirituality (the practice of everyday life). His studies have led him to India, Israel-Palestine, Europe and a variety other places around the world. He has received the 2013 Award for Excellence in Biblical Studies, a 2017 fellowship with FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) and is author and editor (with Philip Clayton) of "How I Found God in Everyone and Everywhere: An Anthology of Spiritual Memoirs." For more about Andrew’s work and research interests, visit his website at andrewmdavis.info.