Stephen McAndrew

Stephen McAndrew holds a JD in law and a PhD in philosophy. He practiced law with a concentration on mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, and corporate governance before returning to academia to complete his doctorate in philosophy. His areas of specialty are social and political philosophy and applied ethics. Stephen is deeply motivated to use […]

Biography

Stephen McAndrew holds a JD in law and a PhD in philosophy. He practiced law with a concentration on mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, and corporate governance before returning to academia to complete his doctorate in philosophy. His areas of specialty are social and political philosophy and applied ethics. Stephen is deeply motivated to use philosophy and apologetics to further the gospel. He was the global chapters director of Reasonable Faith for four years and has been involved in apologetics ministry for the past seven years, speaking and training in his local community in Western New York. Stephen currently teaches philosophy at Canisius College and the University at Buffalo (SUNY) and has published articles in political philosophy and applied ethics. Stephen was born in Ireland and now resides in Buffalo, the hometown of his wife Michelle. Stephen and Michelle have been blessed with three wonderful children: Hannah, John, and Sarah.

Biography

Stephen McAndrew holds a JD in law and a PhD in philosophy. He practiced law with a concentration on mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, and corporate governance before returning to academia to complete his doctorate in philosophy. His areas of specialty are social and political philosophy and applied ethics. Stephen is deeply motivated to use philosophy and apologetics to further the gospel. He was the global chapters director of Reasonable Faith for four years and has been involved in apologetics ministry for the past seven years, speaking and training in his local community in Western New York. Stephen currently teaches philosophy at Canisius College and the University at Buffalo (SUNY) and has published articles in political philosophy and applied ethics. Stephen was born in Ireland and now resides in Buffalo, the hometown of his wife Michelle. Stephen and Michelle have been blessed with three wonderful children: Hannah, John, and Sarah.

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