Dr. Jim Denison
Jim Denison, Ph.D., CEO of Denison Forum, provides leading insight for discerning today news from a biblical perspective. He is a trusted author and subject matter expert in areas where faith and current events intersect. His free Daily Article is distributed by email to thousands of subscribers around the world.
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Dr. Denison is the author of several books and has taught philosophy of religion and apologetics for over thirty years. Currently, he serves as Resident Scholar for Ethics with Baylor Scott & White Health, where he addresses issues such as genetic medicine and reproductive science. He also is a Senior Fellow with the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative and serves as Senior Fellow for Global Studies at Dallas Baptist University’s Institute for Global Engagement.
Prior to founding the Denison Forum in 2009, Dr. Denison served as pastor of churches in Texas and Georgia. He earned a Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and received a Doctor of Divinity from Dallas Baptist University.
His wife, Janet, is a published author and speaker (www.janetdenison.com), and directs www.christianparenting.org. They live in Dallas and have three grandchildren and two sons: Ryan, a doctoral student at B. H. Carroll Theological Institute; and Craig, Author and Founder of First15.
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