Sloan Lee

Teacher - Humanities (US)

Dr. Robert Sloan Lee has been a part of The Brook Hill Family since 2017.  He grew up in the Dallas area and did his undergraduate work at the University of North Texas where he met his wife, Elizabeth.

He did his Ph.D. studies at Wayne State University in Detroit.  His dissertation, “Miracles: A Philosophical Analysis,” is a survey and critique of various arguments offered against rational belief in the miraculous.  More recently, he published two essays in the anthology, C.S. Lewis as Philosopher: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty (Liberty University Press, 2017; second edition).  Both essays deal with Lewis’s Argument from Desire (namely, the idea that if we find in ourselves a natural desire that cannot be satisfied by any experience in this world, then the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world).

He is currently thinking and writing a lot about the relationship between God and moral truth, reading J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion aloud with his daughter, and investigating the philosophical allusions hidden in John Milton’s epic poem, Paradise Lost.

He is an avid player of designer board games.