Dr. Scott M. Sullivan is a homeschooling father of 8 and holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX.


He is the producer of numerous video courses in the areas of logic, the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, philosophical arguments for the existence of God, the historical evidence for the Christan faith, various topics in Catholic theology, and others.


He is also a member of the Committee on Logic for the American Catholic Philosophical Association Committee on Priestly Formation as well as the author of An Introduction To Traditional Logic, St. Thomas Aquinas and the Principle of Sufficient Reason, and is currently working on a new book entitled The Thomistic Teleological Argument.


Dr. Sullivan is a popular speaker throughout the United States who speaks on topics like the importance of teaching children on how to intellectually defend their faith, the complementary relationship between faith and reason, the importance of training in classical logic, why the study of philosophy is everbody’s business, and the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.


Dr. Sullivan has also appeared on EWTN television and several nationally syndicated radio programs.


Dr. Sullivan is the founder of The Aquinas School Of Theology And Philosophy, a school devoted to teaching the Catholic intellectual tradition according to the mind of St. Thomas Aquinas and making it accessible through modern technologies.


Curriculum Vitae: 2003; M.A., Philosophy, Holy Apostles College, 2014 Ph.D. Philosophy, University of St. Thomas Center for Thomistic Studies, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at the University of Houston, San Jacinto College, and University of St. Thomas (Houston) 2004-2008.


“To restore the Catholic intellectual tradition and make it accessible through modern media.”