AboutClifford Williams is Professor of Philosophy at Trinity International University's Trinity College and serves as Chair of the Department of Philosophy. His areas of expertise within the field of philosophy include free will and determinism, religious dividedness, philosophy of time, and philosophy of love and friendship.
Dr. Williams arrived at Trinity in 1982 after teaching at Houghton College and St. John Fisher College, both in New York. He taught at Wheaton College from 1998 to 1999. He earned a PhD from Indiana University and a BA from Wheaton College.
Among his published works are On Love and Friendship: Philosophical Readings, Singleness of Heart: Restoring the Divided Soul, Free Will and Determinism: A Dialogue, With All that We Have, Why Aren't We Satisfied?, The Life of the Mind: A Christian Perspective, and Daybreakers: 365 Eye-Opening Reflections, as well as numerous articles in journals and magazines, including Philosophical Quarterly, Analysis, Christianity Today, The Reformed Journal, Christian Scholar's Review, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Southern Journal of Philosophy, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, and International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion.
Dr. Williams is also an historian of current hobo culture and has published One More Train to Ride: The Underground World of Modern American Hoboes. Williams is a member of the Society of Christian Philosophers and the Philosophy of Time Society.