Gil studied under Edward Feser for almost three years at PCC, and got his bachelors in philosophy at Cal State Los Angeles. He co-founded a Ratio Christi at PCC, lead a philosophy club, and went on to publish a paper in the CSULA journal. Gil’s special areas of research include philosophy of religion, metaphysics, politics, and ethics. He got into philosophy at the age of 13, where he got into several online debates. At one point he became an agnostic until he discovered the arguments for Christianity and then had a supernatural experience that brought him to Christ.