Chemical Engineering PhD and MA in Theology
Bryan Enderle grew up in Modesto, CA though he now lives in Davis, CA with his wife, Peggy, and son, Isaac. Bryan is deeply invested in science as well as theology/philosophy. As a result, Bryan obtained two BS degrees, in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering before pursuing an MS and PhD in Chemical Engineering. As far as theology, Bryan pursued an MA in theological studies and is continuing his classwork and writing in pursuit of a ThM. Bryan works full-time in the department of Chemistry at UC Davis teaching large lectures of 400 to 500 students per class while coordinating general chemistry laboratories for over 10,000 students per year. In addition, Bryan is involved in college student ministry with InterVarsity. Because of Bryan’s previous TEDx talk and unique education, he is often an invited speaker at colleges, universities, religious organizations, social organizations, conferences, and campus clubs.

Personally, he enjoys grappling with the topics of theology and science, both as individual and intersecting topics. What are the commonalities between theology and science that most don’t notice? What are the oddities in theology and science and how do we reconcile them?