I can’t remember when I started loving history, but I do remember when I began to love philosophy. I was a senior at Clemson University and somehow found the tape ministry of Ravi Zacharias. His intellectual approach to teaching, preaching and explaining Christianity really appealed to me — and it wasn’t long till I was listening to his tapes on a walkman wherever I went on campus. It was through Dr. Zacharias that I began to love philosophy and eventually decided to pursue it in graduate school.

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