In the Season 2 finale, Zach & Andrew sit down to talk with Dr. Neal Audenaert, Texas A&M Class of ‘01. Neal has worked on a wide range of projects in computer science and digital humanities such as the Special Divine Action Project sponsored by the Templeton Foundation. He is a founder of the Institute for Digital Christian Heritage and also has served as an advisor to Ratio Christi TAMU for the past few years. In this interview, we talk about Neal’s work in the digital humanities, his views on the church’s role in addressing racial issues in the United States, and how Christians should meaningfully speak to public policy without invoking separation of church and state debates.
You can find out more about Neal at Audenaert.org