Fatih Topaloglu, Ph.D., is an assistant professor at Department of Philosophy of Religion, Faculty of Theology, Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey. He is also a visiting researcher at ACMCU since January 2013. He is currently working on evaluating religious responses to the modern ethical problems. His areas of interest include epistemology, philosophy of science and history of philosophy. He wrote his PhD thesis on “Miracle in Philosophical and Theological Aspect” in Turkey at Erciyes University and published it in 2012. Furthermore, he has published a number of articles about philosophy of religion. Some of them are “A Critical Approach on Wayne Proudfoot’s Method of Reducing the Examination of Religious Experience to Subject”, “The Role of Language in Research of Revelation in terms of Text-Culture Relationship according to Ebu Zeyd.”, “A Critics to Modern Science. He has also translation of some articles from well-known thinker of philosophy of religion. He is fluent in English and Arabic.