I am a Ph.D. graduate student in Classics at the University of California, Irvine. My research interests include ancient biography, Greek and Latin historiography, the New Testament, early Christianity, and the early Roman Empire. For a further description of my research interests in Classics, see here. I also study philosophy in my graduate work and write on topics such as ethics, epistemology, and metaphysics. I completed my M.A. in Classics (emphasis in “Ancient History”) at the University of Arizona with a master’s thesis studying the use of ring composition in Suetonius Tranquillus’ De Vita Caesarum.
Apart from graduate work, I am also an advocate of secular humanism, naturalist philosophy, and church-state secularism, and write separately about these issues on my other blog Civitas Humana.
My Email: email@example.com
My Professional Website: https://sites.google.com/a/uci.edu/matthew-w-ferguson/
My Academia.edu Profile: https://uci.academia.edu/MatthewFerguson
For a discussion of this blog’s history, and the process by which I first came to be involved in counter-apologetics, see here.
For a discussion of my original deconversion experience, in which I left Christianity and became an atheist, see here.