Angus J. L. Menuge is Professor of Philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin and Associate Director of the Cranach Institute( He received his BA in philosophy (Class 1) from the University of Warwick, England and his MA and Ph.D. (both on action explanation) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Menuge is the author of Agents Under Fire: Materialism and the Rationality of Science (Rowman and Littlefield, 2004) and editor of three books, including Reading God’s World: The Vocation of Scientist (Concordia Publishing House, 2004). He assisted the editors William Dembski and Michael Ruse in the preparation of Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA (Cambridge University Press, 2004), a book which grew out of the Design and its Critics conference he helped organize at Concordia University Wisconsin in 2000. Dr. Menuge has written articles on philosophy of mind, Intelligent Design, science and religion and Christianity and culture. Born in England, Dr. Menuge became an American citizen in February, 2005. He is married to Vicki and has two sons, Aidan and Corin.
2003, awarded the Diploma in Christian Apologetics (DCA) from the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism and Human Rights in Strasbourg, France.
1985 to 1989. University of Wisconsin-Madison. M.A. (1987) and Ph.D. in philosophy (1989). Title of Ph.D.: “A Causal Analysis of the Intensionality of Rationalizing Explanations.”
1982 to 1985. University of Warwick, England. B.A. (Hons.) in philosophy, Class I. (On student exchange with University of Wisconsin-Madison between 1983 and 1984.)
o Included in the 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21stCentury (Cambridge: International Biographical Centre, 2005).
o Included in the 2000 Outstanding Academics of the 21stCentury (Cambridge: International Biographical Centre, 2004).
o Included in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2003-2004. o Fellow of the Discovery Institute for 2002. o Named International Personality of the Year for 2001 by the International Biographical Centre for promoting dialogue between faith and science.
Dr. Menuge’s publications include six books and 27 articles. He has also participated in, organized, or helped organize both conferences and lecture series.