Paul Adams and “What does it mean to be a good person?” A little philosophizing on the back porch tonight!
Paul Adams is a friend and neighbor who is ever willing to share his philosophical views on life. He came over tonight to help my understanding of what it means to be a good person. I have trouble reconciling the fact that so many people call themselves "good" yet we waste so many resources that could be utilized to ease the suffering of other humans. We don't exactly see eye to eye on every issue but I appreciate his openness and careful contemplation with every idea placed before him.
From Paul Adam's Website www.inchristus.com:
After retiring from the United States Air Force Academy Band (guitar) and successfully completing graduate studies in philosophy of religion at Denver Seminary, Paul D. Adams has worked in the IT industry, taught full-time as adjunct professor of philosophy and religious studies, developed and conducted multiple small group leadership seminars, and currently serves as Director of Information Technology on the Board of Directors with ConservationVIP® — a non-profit dedicated to the sustainability of some of the world’s greatest landscapes and cultural sites.
He holds memberships in the Society of Christian Philosophers, Evangelical Philosophical Society, and the Evangelical Theological Society. Paul and his wife Patty are active members of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Raleigh, North Carolina.