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Hi I'm Adam N. Davis

I am a husband, a father, a physicist. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband and a father of four children. I am currently a physics professor at a state college. These are great things and I am quite happy with them. Cats and computer games add a little extra to my happiness. Beyond just my professional interest in physics, I'm also interested in philosophy, the psychology of perception, apologetics, and the spirit world.

Why I am a Mormon

Ultimately I am a Mormon because the gospel of Jesus Christ is true and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is God's authorized organization on this earth. God truly does live and we truly are his offspring. The universe is full and inhabited with our Father in Heaven's children. These true perspectives inform how I understand physics, the universe, my life, meaning, and purposes here mortality. I am immensely grateful for the understanding brought by the Gospel as well as the real and tangible influences of the Savior's atonement in my life. I am who I am because of Jesus Christ, his gospel, and his Church. Because of all this and more, I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

My faith is the context which encapsulates my life. It informs who I am and what I should be doing. It gives meaning to my activities. I work as an educator but I know also that by helping students understand just a little bit better how the universe works they can also have a greater appreciation of the Creator. I actively serve my congregation but I do so knowing that it is to help grow our Lord's kingdom in this relatively rural area of the mid-west. I am a husband and father and do so knowing that it is there to help build relationships that persist past this life.