Dr. Jonathan Burch is Chair of the Board of Directors of Nomos Foundation. He is the author of the worldview of Nomos Foundation entitled, The Story of the Flowers of the Universe. He is developing the Principles of Harmony for living successfully in the global world beginning with his book, Principles of Harmony for Global Peace.
The Nomos Foundation is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and is a Non-Profit Corporation incorporated on August 1, 2012. The Directors are:
Dr. Jonathan Burch was born in 1940 in Chicago, Illinois. He spent four years in Boston attending Harvard and three years serving in the Air Force mainly stationed in Okinawa. He has lived most of his life in Oklahoma City, where he attended Nichols Hills United Methodist Church for 64 years. He has an extensive educational background and has obtained the following Degrees:
Dr. Jonathan Burch is licensed as a lawyer and psychologist in Oklahoma. He practiced law for 43 years mostly in private civil law practice. For 27 years, he was general counsel for the International Pentecostal Holiness Church. Recently he has retired and his passion is to continue on his path to encourage and educate all people on global peace, prosperity, and the pursuit of happiness.
Dr. Jonathan Burch became aware of his mission in life 30 years ago. The mission is to tell a story for organizing the global knowledge civilization growing all around the earth. He has written several books and articles on law, psychology, and religion. He is a passionate ecumenical Christian who has worshiped Jesus Christ with approval in many Christian denominations and other religions. These include Unitarian Services, Muslim Mosques, Jewish Synagogues, Buddhist Temples, Hindu Ramakrishna Monastery, and the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine Temple.
Dr. Jonathan Burch believes his background has prepared him to work peacefully and respectfully with all religions and ways of life to nurture the world to global peace. He and his wife have been married for over 40 years and have three children and two grandchildren. In 2012, he and his wife moved from Oklahoma City to Southern California to be near their grandchildren.