Dr. Charleson S. Bell, PhD is a modern day polymath, pioneering and drawing from multiple fields and bodies of knowledge to solve many of the world's current problems. A multi-talented man of Faith, Dr. Bell not only excels in Innovation and Research, but also the arts including Creative Writing and Music/Film Production. Unifying and uplifting others, either through innovation or art, is his passion.
Dr. Bell believes that harmony and unity are fundamental ideals, necessary to the advancement of humanity in scientific, social, spiritual, and technological realms. Diversity of ideas and inclusion of input are the keys that unlock innovation, in all aspects and applications. This ideal of harmony extends into his political belief that America will only survive if a sense of inclusion and belonging is achieved in all facets of the country. As many, knowingly or ignorantly, seek to divide or "taxonomize" humanity by race, class, condition, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic standing, or a combination thereof, for the financial benefit of the few, the world will continue to accelerate in its march toward a violent denouement. This can be easily avoided if harmony, belonging, and unity are bolstered as the critical fibers which comprise the fabric of our country, and world.
Dr. Bell believes the majority of the world’s problems can be solved through the implementation of innovative technology. He asserts that humanity already possesses the technological tools to solve humanitarian problems like homelessness, hunger, public health, and climate change - if these solutions are implemented in a regulated, ethical, and sustainable manner. He also believes ethical technology can regulate social issues (gun control, welfare/insurance enrollment/management, political/electoral constituency) in an equitable way.
Dr. Bell is a non-denominational Christian. He asserts a “scripture in context over doctrine” philosophy. As as Christian, he affirms that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the Messiah, and believes that God, the entity, is almighty, omnipotent, and omnipresent. He believes this is conspicuously demonstrated in the existence and intricate design of the Creation (more specifically, “the Universe”) as unveiled through scientific discovery. He leans towards an inclusivepanentheistic philosophy, which is unorthodox for a western, American Christian. He does not believe in denominational exclusivism. He does not speak on exclusionary religious ideals - he leaves that to scripture and to God.