Max Johnson is a freelance adjunct professor of philosophy and religion at various colleges in Los Angeles and San Bernardino County, including Chaffey College, Rio Hondo, West L.A. College, and the Claremont School of Theology. He was born and raised in Southern California, which has been called “probably the most religiously diverse place on earth” (See Harvard University’s “Pluralism Project”).
Max’s primary areas of interest are in “intra/inter-faith dialogue,” the “science and religion” dialogue, and “constructive postmodern theology.” He also enjoys composing and playing music on his iPhone. A self-described “Christo-Buddhist Unitarian Universalist,” he is currently working on a book proposing “the first genuine Unitarian Universalist Theological Cosmology.”
Max is also longtime member of several faith-based organizations, including the Interfaith Alliance, Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace (ICUJP), Integral Institute, the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies, and the American Academy of Religion.