Owner and creator of Age of Inquiry.
I am involved in Twitter discussions about global issues, especially in regards to religion. I spend a lot of my time in study and contemplation, and this blog is comprised of my own opinions and arguments. I can't say that every idea that I write here is my own - I've learnt a lot from what I've read of others' work, and my ideas no doubt expand on theirs in many ways. But the points of view shown are the result of my own philosophical musings, and some concepts are my own developments.
I don't claim that everything I write will always be 100% correct. There is always room to improve. That's part of the purpose of this site - to facilitate discussion, as a collective learning experience for all who take part. It gives us the opportunity to argue, criticise those whose beliefs we don't share, but also to learn from them, and our peers who have similar beliefs but who might provide further insights that we might have missed. I welcome all to critique my work, and I look forward to reading the responses from others.