Jason Blum

Jason Blum is a visiting assistant professor in the college writing program at Davidson College. His research focuses on methodological issues in the study of religion and theoretical topics at the intersection of philosophy and religion. His first book is Zen and the Unspeakable God (2015).

Recent blog posts by this author

'Bad Things Happen For a Reason': Why People Might Want to Lose the Phrase

The problem of evil is a classic dilemma in the philosophy of religion. The relative ease with which the problem can be stated belies the depth of the challenge that it presents to traditional monotheism. Roughly, it can be summarised as follows...