Dr. Ron Choong is an interdisciplinary scholar. He studied law, the natural sciences, international relations, philosophy and religion.
After reading law at the University of London and astronomy at the Open University, he earned an STM at Yale University in history and philosophy. At Princeton Seminary he earned a ThM in the philosophy of science as well as a PhD in science and theology with a dissertation on "Neuroscience, Nolition and Kenosis in Moral Cognition”.
Ron’s current research interests include the implications of paleoanthropology and cognitive neuroscience for the emergence of religion. He undertakes field research expeditions in Africa, the Middle East and Asia to trace the geohistory of religious thought in tandem with advances in science, technology and medicine.
BFM 89.9: The Business Station
Religions Along the Silk Road
Radio interview with Dr. Ron Choong, Principal Investigator,
Center for Interdisciplinary Research
February 23, 2017
2014, SUDAN: At the pyramid fields of Meroe, investigating the location of the Black Pharaohs of the 25th Dynasty.