Ronald R. Johnson is the world's foremost authority on the life and work of Lloyd C. Douglas, the bestselling 20th Century novelist. He has a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Saint Louis University and teaches at Spring Arbor University in Michigan (USA). His books include Eminent Domain, Small World, What Does God Do from 9 to 5? and Customer Service and the Imitation of Christ.
He has published articles on philosophy in Religious Studies, Philosophy and Rhetoric, and The History of Philosophy Quarterly, as well as articles on Christian life in The Congregationalist, The Way of St. Francis, and Alive Now.
He is also a public speaker and blogger on a variety of subjects.
Through non-fiction and fiction, he encourages people to think about their place in the larger scheme of things.
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