Chris Lilley is a doctoral student in theology and philosophy at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. He holds a Master of Divinty from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies and Philosophy from Bethel University.
His primary research interests are in philosophical theology and the interaction between theology and science. His research in theology and science is primarily focused on the implications of modern cosmology for the doctrine of creation, as well as relating aspects of evolutionary biology to anthropology, original sin, and environmental ethics. He is also extremely interested in arguments for and against God’s existence.
Chris currently lives in Hales Corners, Wisconsin with his wife Julie.