Collin Cooper Author

Collin Cooper

Collin Cooper is a Philosopher, Published Poet, Best Selling Author, Christian Apologist, Artist, and so much more. Most importantly, he is the Founder of Philosophical Rambler. His work has been viewed over one million times in more than 50 countries. As the founder of Philosophical Rambler, he writes to inspire, motivate, and encourage people to embrace the challenge of life.


Collin's work has been read over one million times in over 50 countries across the world. He has been featured on the blog of bestselling author Steven Colborne "Perfect Chaos". Collin made an appearance on the "Rewiring The Mind" podcast hosted by Justin Egliskis as well. He was also featured in the newspaper of his hometown. These references are linked in the buttons below.


Collin is an Amazon Philosophy Aesthetics #55 Bestselling Author, which was achieved by his debut chapbook "Time Eternal" He has recieved a certificate in Introductory Philosophy from the University of Edinburgh. In addition to this, he recieved a certificate in Introductory American Law from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been followed/Read by Dr. Liz McKinnell, Steven Colborne, Christopher Satoor, Rusell Walter, Anita Leirfall, and Naval.


Collin's poem "Optics" was published in the Northwest Indiana Literary Journal. He is a featured author at Carmel Clay Public Library. His books are sold at B&N IUPUI, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, and wherever books are sold. He has published two books, the first being a poetry and philosophy chapbook titled "Time Eternal". The second book is titled "Blood Stained Mahogany" and it is a full-length poetry collection. You can find the links to purchase his printed works below.


In the world of Christianity, Theology, and Apologetics, Collin has been followed/Read by Steve Poe, Micah Davis, Lee Strobel, J. Warner Wallace, Austin Suggs, and Kenneth Copeland. He also had a portion of his most well-known piece titled "True Prayer" read at Northview Church Students to over 100 high schoolers in attendance.