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Kenneth Masong

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Kenneth Cadena Masong, a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Iba (Zambales), holds MA and PhD degrees in Philosophy at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). He is a graduate of San Carlos Seminary (Makati City) where he finished his BA in Philosophy and MA in Theology. He has been teaching mainly philosophy and some theology courses in various institutions, serving as lecturer in Philosophy of Religion at the Ateneo de Manila University, professor of philosophy at St. Vincent School of Theology, St. Anthony Mary Claret College Seminary, all in Quezon City, and Immaculate Conception Major Seminary in Bulacan, among others. His areas of expertise include philosophy of religion, metaphysics and process philosophy.

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