James W. Ward
Department of Philosophy and Religion.
James Madison University (USA).
James W. Ward, M. Div. is an Adjunct Professor of Religion in the Department of Philosophy of Religion at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States. He may be contacted at MSC 8006, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 22807 or 540-568-6394 (fax). His current lines of research include faith and moral development, secularization theory, and ethics.His most recent publications include the following: Ward, J. (2011). Reality, Knowledge, and God: The Metaphysics and Epistemology of Plato and Aristotle. In: Iain, M. eds. 2014. God, Morality, and the Meaning of Life. Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions, p. 2-16; Ward, J. (2002). Metaphysics: Form and Substance. In: Maclean, I. and Edelman, D. (eds.) (2002). God, Meaning, and Morality. 3rd ed. Mason, Ohio: Thompson Learning Custom Publishing, p, 19-34; and Ward, J. (2002). The Noble Lie: The Future of Religion. In: Maclean, I. and Edelman, D. (eds.) (2002). God, Meaning, and Morality. 3rd ed. Mason, Ohio: Thompson Learning Custom Publishing, pp. 269-286.