About Randall Bush . . .
Randall Bush, University Professor of Philosophy at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, from 1991 to the present, holds two earned doctorates, one in theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and the other in Modern Theology from the University of Oxford, England. His Oxford doctoral thesis was published under the title, Recent Ideas of Divine Conflict. For twelve years, he served as Director of Union’s Interdisciplinary Honors Program.
He also is a novelist and a children’s book writer whose published creative works include a young-adult fantasy novel, The Quest for Asdin; four children’s Christmas novels, Gabriel’s Magic Ornament, Widgmus World, The Mailbox Tree, and A Christmas Comedy; an illustrated poem, The Caterbury Tails; and a collection of original hymns, Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, which are available in paperback, hardback, and a Kindle edition that has only the texts. Bush is also an accomplished pianist and vocalist and has served as an organist at the First Baptist Church of Jackson, Tennessee.