I am not accredited by any university or anything that prestigious, but I do consider myself knowledgable in theology, church history, history of aniquity, American history, moral philosophy, philosophy of religion, philosophical logic (this is about the usage of logic to philosophical problems and it overlaps with my other fields), and I am currently working on a learning as much as possible on philosophy of metaphysics to help with some of the gaps in my knowledge for philosophy of religion. The logic studies range from application to beliefs implementation into my public debate style.
These are the topics I read about daily and have read on for the past 4 years in excess. Currently, I am in an annual reading phase and I hope to establish more pieces of my beliefs and reform those I feel need it. This is rather costly and I save from every paycheck towards it and I usually end up spending from $600-800 in books for the topics I feel need updating or reforming.
I am the world's foremost authority on my opinions.