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My mission is to help you find evidence for your faith in Christ so you can find life-changing fulfillment, productive engagement, and deal with life’s suffering like I did.

Khaldoun teaching

If you’re looking for dry, academic balderdash then Dr. Khaldoun Sweis is clearly NOT the speaker for you! If, however, you are looking for someone to make philosophy fun, accessible and relevant, he’s your man. He is both erudite, entertaining, confident and congenial speaker who understands that philosophy is at the heart of the matter of every day living. Far from being with the dusty domain of scholars, philosophy never sounded so cool.

David DiCerto Director of Film, TV & Mission Outreach Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center For Thought & Culture, NYC

Welcome to Logically Faithful

I am the father of two amazing children and one beautiful wife!  In my spare time, I am Associate Professor of Philosophy at Olive-Harvey College and tutor of Philosophy of Religion at Oxford University

My email is Khaldoun@logicallyfaithful.com

  • Jordanian Arab-Christian philosopher Dr. Khaldoun Sweis is a respected professor, acclaimed author, and lecturer, who has a global perspective on major philosophical issues of our time. Dr. Sweis has made it his mission to spread hope through faith helping his audiences to overcome pain and suffering.
  • MY STORY : (in quotes). September 20th, 2006 was the day that changed my life. It was the day my son, Enoch, died. I went through suffering that no words could express. A perpetually wounded heart that would not mend, a broken body for which there is no antidote, and a destroyed home that would never be the same again, all left me with dark questions. But through it all, I found more evidence and healing than I had ever dreamed possible. It is my calling to share that hope with you and help you overcome pain and suffering in a way that is life changing for you and those God has placed in your life.
  • For years I have had people tell me that my teachings have changed their lives. It is humbling and amazing that God works through me this way. So I decided to become deliberate about it.”
  • Dr. Khaldoun Sweis earned his BA in Philosophy in 1996 at Eastern Illinois University.  He completed his MA in Philosophy of Religion at Trinity International University in 2003. In 2007, he completed his PhD in Philosophy of Mind at the University of Hull. After teaching at Oxford University, Dr. Sweis went on to become Chair of the Humanities Department at the City Colleges of Chicago. He has spoken at conferences worldwide, including lectures at Oxford University, Berkeley, Cambridge, Hofstra University, University College London, as well as in Hong Kong, Austrailia, and Romania. In 2012, Dr. Sweis was promoted to Associate Professor of Philosophy. In 2013, he was awarded the Phi Theta Honor Society “Distinguished Faculty” award

 

Contact:  khaldoun@logicallyfaithful.com

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Associate Professor of Philosophy

Professor Khaldoun Sweis has a global perspective on life, as he is a Jordanian born Arab American, educated in Britain, married to a Romanian with children from Moldova, living in Chicago! His greatest achievement was getting Luciana to marry him and being the father to the lovely AnaKaterina Cosset and the incredible Daniel Zacharias! Dr. Sweis holds a PhD in Philosophy of Mind from the University of Hull in the United Kingdom. After teaching at Oxford University, Dr. Sweis went on to become Chair of the Humanities Department at Olive-Harvey College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago. He has spoken at conferences worldwide, including lectures at Oxford University, Berkeley, Cambridge, Hofstra University, University College London, as well as in Hong Kong, Australia, and Romania. In 2012, Dr. Sweis was promoted to Associate Professor of Philosophy. In 2013, he was awarded the Phi Theta Honor Society “Distinguished Faculty” award. He has three books on Apologetics, including Oxford University Press's "Debating Christian Theism" (2013)

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