C. Wayne Mayhall

C. Wayne Mayhall

Adjunct Professor of Philosophy
M.A.C.T. Bethel College & Seminary, Philosophy of Religion
M.S.H.E. Kaplan University, Online College Teaching
M.A.B. Trinity Graduate School, Bioethics, (Summer 2017)
Ed.D. (ABD) Liberty Univ., Teaching & Learning, (2018)
cwmayhall@ncat.edu
Curriculum Vitae

 

C. Wayne Mayhall teaches Logic, World Religions, and Business Ethics at North Carolina A&T State University. He was formerly Visiting Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Barton College (Wilson, North Carolina) where he taught courses on Islam, Gun Violence in America, Ethics, Critical Thinking, History of Philosophy, and Comparative World Religions. As adjunct professor of philosophy at Winthrop University (Rock Hill, South Carolina) he teaches Introduction to Philosophy and Theories of Knowledge. At Limestone College (Gaffney, South Carolina) he is adjunct professor of philosophy and religion and teaches A Study of Jesus, Comparative World Religions, Critical Thinking, Logic, and Ethics. At University of North Carolina, Charlotte he is adjunct professor of philosophy and teaches Arts and Society: Film, Critical Thinking, and Ethics and Public Policy.

He has written six books, including Patterns of Religion, Religious Autobiographies, On Logical Positivism in the Wadsworth Philosophical Topics Series, and On Plotinus, On Carnap, and On Buber in the Wadsworth Philosopher Series. His areas of concentration include, philosophy of science, moral philosophy, ethics, bioethics, philosophical theology, and comparative world religions. He also writes for Bar Charts and has written content for the following charts: Philosophers, Argumentative Research Writing; Political Science/International Relations; Sociology, and Geography. When he is not teaching, writing, or researching, he works as a hospital chaplain in the Novant Health system in Charlotte, NC.