Owen Anderson

Owen Anderson was the William E. Simon research fellow in the James Madison Program at Princeton University and a visiting scholar at Princeton Seminary in 2013-2014. Anderson’s main areas of research are natural theology, natural law, and religion in the Modern Age. He has served as faculty senate president and program lead. Owen has published seven books including The Declaration of Independence and God (2015) and The Natural Moral Law (2013) with Cambridge University Press. His most recent book is The Cambridge Companion to the First Amendment and Religious Liberty (2020). He regularly teaches courses in Philosophy of Religion, Introduction to Philosophy, Applied Ethics, World Religions, and Western Religious Traditions and Religion in America.


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