(Masters student in Philosophy, Science and Religion | Musician – bass guitar)
Natan Bossoh is currently a Masters Student studying Philosophy, Science and Religion (online) with the University of Edinburgh.
In the last year of his undergraduate degree in Music Performance, Nathan became increasingly interested in general science and philosophy which in turn led to the discovery of apologetics (giving a positive defence of Christianity using evidence). Since then he has become a student of apologetics, history and philosophy, aiming to increase his knowledge in areas such as the historic, scientific and philosophical defence of theism and scripture. Currently Nathan is writing up his Masters dissertation which focusses on the emergence of geology in the early 19th century and its connection to the Flood of Noah in the Bible and the debate over the age of the earth. He has also been accepted onto a PhD position at UCL starting January 2019 pursuing studies in the History and Philosophy of Science. His PhD research will focus on the effects of the theory of evolution (by Charles Darwin) on Christian belief during its initial period of publication within the mid to late 19th century.
Extra info: Nathan Bossoh is a musician by profession with a 1st class honours degree in Music Performance from Middlesex University after gaining a two-year scholarship, plus student of the year award from the Higher Diploma course.
Nathan has also been involved in presentations regarding Creation Science and Evolution, The Genesis Three Attack, and the big question of if God is Good, why is there Evil? He is also a Food Bank volunteer in the Elim Mitcham Church, and part of the youth leadership team within the Church.
He has also recently started working at the Science Museum in London.