Wesley Cray is currently finishing up his PhD in Philosophy at the Ohio State University. He received his Masters in Philosophy from Ohio State and his Bachelors in Philosophy (with a minor in Religious Studies) at the Robert E. Cook Honors College at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Wesley's primary research interests fall within the intersection of metaphysics and the philosophy of language; he also specializes in the philosophy of religion and has strong interests in the philosophy of art (in particular, conceptual art). Wesley is an affiliate of Ohio State's Center for the Study of Religion and is a designer and co-instructor of OSU's team-taught, debate-style Philosophy of Religion course, which focuses on issues surrounding the existence of God. In addition to giving talks at organizations such as Students for Freethought and the Humanist Community of Central Ohio and serving as a member of the Secular Student Alliance's Speakers Bureau, Wesley is a founding member and vice-president of the A7 (the Amiable Association of Articulate Atheists, Agnostics, and Adherents) a friendly but rigorous, community-based Philosophy of Religion discussion group based in Columbus, Ohio. His "Omniscience and Worthiness of Worship" was recently published in the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion.