Andrew Tallman was raised in a religious home, he was taught to think for himself, question everything, and never take 'Because I said so,' as an answer (except from his mother of course). Eventually this emphasis on critical thinking collided with his liberal religious environment, and he became convinced that only fools could be Christians. He then went off to the University of Illinois to get a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy and an M.A. in Philosophy, during which time he became even more convinced of this conclusion. Somewhere along the line, however, he noticed that for all their supposed wisdom, his professors did not have the kinds of lives he wanted. So, he began looking for better answers than what they were qualified to give. He found these answers with some people who seemed to have everything he wanted: great marriages and children, material wealth, health, happiness, meaningful friendships, and brilliant minds. Unfortunately for Andrew, they also happened to be fundamentalist Christians. These were the first Christians he had ever met who did not seem to be fools. This persuaded him that perhaps he should reconsider his previous aversion to Christianity, and eventually he decided to give his life to Christ. Since then, Andrew has married his wife Danielle, made two sons, acquired a second degree black belt in martial arts, taught philosophy professionally as an intellectual mercenary at any college that would have him, and worked as a talk radio show host. He enjoys volleyball, golf, tennis, softball, billiards, ping pong, games of all kinds, shooting guns, reading, discussing the Bible or anything else, and spending every available moment with his lovely bride. His life's mission is 'To liberate people's minds,' which explains why he is so occupied with teaching, writing, conducting Bible studies, and hosting his radio show on KPXQ. If you dare to listen to 'The Andrew Tallman Show,' he promises you will learn something worth writing down.
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