During my time blogging, I’ve had the opportunity to build up a small but loyal audience (yup, that’s you).  Over time, we’ve had other contributors come and go.  We went through a phase where a number of contributors left, paring us down to just three writers who wrote with varying degrees of frequency, and now we are entering a phase where that number is going back up.

Which leads me to introduce Mere-O’s newest contributor, Jeremy Mann.  His formal bio:

Jeremy Mann teaches math to students with special needs at a middle school in Los Angeles through Teach For America. In 2008 he graduated with a degree in philosophy from Biola University and the Torrey Honors Institute. Jeremy has presented or published on the history of philosophy, ethics, G.K. Chesterton, and globalization. He likes to read, trek, and homemake in Echo Park with his wife, a nurse at UCLA Medical Center. Jeremy hopes to one day be the president of a Christian college. Email him at Jeremyrmann at gmail dot com.

Jeremy is, frankly, one of the brightest and most creative graduates the Torrey Honors Institute has ever put out.  I also know him to be a young man of earnest devotion and deep sensitivity to the things of God.  I have sometimes said, in seriousness, that if I could emulate anyone, it would be Jeremy Mann.

I am excited, then, to introduce him here at Mere-O. You can expect to hear more from him in the coming months.

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Matthew Lee Anderson is the Founder and Lead Writer of Mere Orthodoxy. He is the author of Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to our Faith and The End of Our Exploring: A Book about Questioning and the Confidence of Faith. Follow him on Twitter or on Facebook.

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