Philip Porter is a doctoral candidate at Duke Divinity School. His primary research areas are philosophical theology, contemporary Catholic thought, Latin Patristics, and the theology of death and martyrdom. Before beginning his theological studies, he served as a Marine Corps Officer for six years. Philip lives in Durham with his wife, Kristi, and three children, Oliver, Evelyn, and Aidan.
Current Research Interests
Philip's subject areas of interest are philosophical theology, historical theology, the theology of death and martyrdom, Shakespearean tragedy, and Ordinary Language Philosophy. He is currently writing a dissertation entitled The Wages of Sin: A Theological Grammar of Death
Current Appointments & Affiliations
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