About George Gantz
George Gantz is a writer, philosopher and retired business executive with a life-long passion for mathematics, science, philosophy and theology. He has a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors Humanities from Stanford University and has published a number of essays, including The Tip of The Spear (4th place, 2014 FQXi essay contest) and The Empirical Standard of Knowing – Faith Misplaced (winner, 2016 IRAS Shapley-Booth fellowship). George has written for the Swedenborg Foundation, PEP Talks and Peace News, and is managing speaker curation for Long Now Boston. George and his wife Wenda live in Wayland MA and share five children, four children-in-law and eight grandchildren.