Casey Flynn is a student of religion at Iliff School of Theology and University of Denver. He graduated in June 2017 with degrees in social work and theological studies and he began doctoral work the following fall.
Casey’s research interests include looking at how various religious traditions view ultimate truth as unknowable, unnameable, and ineffable. Lately he has been focusing on the Platonisms of the late ancient period and has been training in religious philosophy.
Born and raised in New York, Casey moved to Colorado 15 years ago and lived in Vail and Boulder before settling in Denver. He enjoys spending time in the mountains throughout the seasons, being with his wife and pets, spending time with friends and family, and cooking and eating food.