Assistant Professor of Science and Philosophy
Joshua Hershey holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Princeton University. His research has focused primarily on the philosophy of physics and philosophy of science, but he has interests in metaphysics, epistemology, and philosophy of religion as well.
Dr. Hershey is presently working on a multimedia e-book titled Faithful Science: A Christian’s Guide to the Study of Creation (www.faithfulscience.com). It aims to provide an accessible introduction to some of the most significant theories and discoveries of modern physics, chemistry, astronomy, cosmology, and biology, while also promoting a clear understanding of the relationship between science and the Christian faith. He is also developing a web-based logic textbook with interactive exercises that can be used in any web browser (www.skillfulreasoning.com).
He and his wife live in New Jersey with their four children.
Time at King's: August 2012 to July 2023
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
B.A. Philosophy and Mathematics