About the Author

Matthew E. Cochran is a software engineer by trade, a lay philosopher/theologian by nature, and a Lutheran by grace. He holds an MA from Concordia Theological Seminary and is the author of several publications, including As Though It Were Actually True: A Christian Apologetics Primer, an essay in Natural Law: A Lutheran Reappraisal, and several articles for The Federalist. He also teaches adult Sunday School classes on topics including apologetics, popular heresies, comparative religion, C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters and more.