Jonathan Lyonhart (PhD, Cambridge) is a Canadian theologian, philosopher, author, and ordained minister, as well as an advocate for the Learning Disabled and Neurodiverse. He is an Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Lincoln Christian University, a Fellow at the Cambridge Center for the Study of Platonism at Cambridge University, and a co-host of the Spiritually Incorrect Podcast (spirituallyincorrectpodcast.com). Additionally, he founded The NumiNous Institute for Faith and Neurodiversity (numinousinstitute.org), after having struggled his whole life with multiple learning disabilities, including Dysgraphia (the lesser known cousin of Dyslexia).
“A brilliant book . . . an important contribution to the history of ideas and philosophical theology.”
—Charles Taliaferro, professor emeritus of philosophy, St. Olaf College
“Lyonhart’s work is both stimulating and provocative. One’s perception of space will definitely be expanded.”
—Gerald Cleaver, professor of physics, Baylor University
"A superb book . . . remarkable for the breadth and depth of learning that Jonathan Lyonhart exhibits.”
—Sir Colin Humphrey, professor of material science, Queen Mary University
"Jonathan Lyonhart has produced an entertaining & vivid guide to the Triune God... He has truly succeeded in rendering its more technical aspects accessible to the ordinary reader without surrendering its inaccessible mystery & its invitation to wonder."
—John Milbank, author of Theology and Social Theory
"a fearless young theologian… The message of this book is worthwhile, indeed vital, for all humanity. It is both entertaining and enlightening."—Ross Hastings, Regent College
"An eccentric masterpiece." —T. W. S. Hunt, author of Winter with God
“A rare jewel that will make you laugh as hard as it will make you think." —Mark Moore, author of Core 52