Max Andrews

PhD Philosophy

  • Philosophy
  • School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences

Contact details



Dugald Stewart Building

3 Charles Street, Edinburgh
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Peer-Review Journal Articles

  1. Max Lewis Edward Andrews, "Scientia and Radical Contingency in Thomas Aquinas," Philosophia 42 no. 3 (September 2014): 1-12. (Online)

    1. Max Lewis Edward Andrews, "Scientia and Radical Contingency in Thomas Aquinas," Philosophia 43 no. 1 (2015): 1-12. (Print)
  2. W. David Beck and Max Andrews "God and the Multiverse: A Thomistic Modal Realism," Philosophia Christi 16 no. 1 (Summer 2014): 101-15.
  3. Max Lewis Edward Andrews, "Epistemological Realism and Onto-Relations," Eleutheria 3 no. 1 (2014): 35-47.
    1. Cross Reference: “Epistemological-Scientific Realism and the Onto-Relationship of Inferentially Justified and Non-Inferentially Justified Beliefs,” arXiv: 1205.2896 (May 2012).
    2. Cross Reference: “Albert Einstein and Scientific Theology,” arXiv: 1205.4278 (May 2012).

Book Contributions

  1. Tyler Dalton McNabb and Max Andrews, "Belief and Trust in the Fog of War and Lies," The Ultimate Game of Thrones and Philosophy:  You Think or You Die (Open Court Press: 2016). Forthcoming.

Reviews and Citations

  1. Review of Four Views on Divine Providence. Edited By Stanley N. Gundry and Dennis W. Jowers. Eleutheria 2 no. 2 (2013): 65-72.
  2. Danny Akin, Craig Blomberg, Paul Copan, Michael Kruger, Michael Licona, and Charles Quarles, “A Round Table Discussion with Michael Licona on the Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach.” Southeastern Theological Review 3 no. 1 (Summer 2012): 71-98.
  3. Review of Salvation and Sovereignty: A Molinist Approach by Kenneth Keathley. Midwestern Journal of Theology 9 no. 2 (Fall 2010): 215-217.

Professional/Teaching/Lecture Experience

  • Adjunct Professor, Oklahoma Wesleyan University
  • Philosophy of Science Tutor, PHIL080052014-5SV1SEM2, 2 sections at The University of Edinburgh (2015)
  • Senior Writer and Content Administrator for philosopher, William Lane Craig (2013 - 2014)
  • Intro. to Philosophy, PHIL 201, 4 sections at Liberty University (2012 - 2013)
  • Graduate Assistant for W. David Beck at Liberty University (2010 - 2013)


Areas of Expertise

  • Multiverse scenarios (Tegmark's demarcations)
  • Philosophy of science (general)
  • Philosophy of religion (general)
  • Molinism
  • The philosophy of Darwinism and intelligent design

Areas of Competence

  • Philosophy of physics
  • Philosophy of time


  • The Alvin Plantinga Award for Best Thesis and Research (May 2013).
  • Honorable Mention for the research of “The Fine-Tuning of Natural Laws and Physical Constants in Multiverse Scenarios,” Liberty University’s Research Symposium (April 2013).


  • Edinburgh University Philosophical Society (2013 - Present)
  • Full Member of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (2013 - Present)
    • Student Member (2008 - 2013)
  • Phi Sigma Tau National Honors Society for Philosophy (2012 - 2013)
  • The Discovery Institute's Seminar on Intelligent Design and the Social Sciences (Seattle, WA 2010).
  • Five years administrative experience with the online university course program, Blackboard.
  • Several public debates available online (links upon request)


Research summary

Philosophy of Science (Physics), Philosophy of Religion, Multiverse Scenarios, Modal Realism