Research

Select Presentations
“Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Evangelicalism on Racial Injustice,” American Academy of Religion, Western Region, 18 Mar 2017, Rosemead, CA

Panelist, “God’s Concern for the Poor: What’s Missing in Social Justice?,” College of Theology Ministry Forum, Grand Canyon University, Sept 19 2016, Phoenix

“Ethical Culpability and Racial Systemic Advantage,” American Academy of Religion, Western Region, 3 April 2016, Tucson, AZ

Presenter, “The Lord’s Supper,” College of Theology Ministry Forum, Grand Canyon University, Nov 3 2015, Phoenix

“The Annihilationist’s Theological Problem,” Rethinking Hell Conference, 12 July 2014, Houston

Panelist, “An Evangelical Dialogue,” Rethinking Hell Conference, 12 July 2014, Houston

“Disciplines in Dialog: Philosophical, Theological, and Psychological Perspectives on Evil,” LCC International University, 26 March 2013, Klaipeda

Publications

“The Fire That Reconciles: Theological Reflections on the Doctrine of Eternal Punishment, With Special Consideration of Annihilationism and Traditionalism,” PhD Thesis, University of St Andrews, 2012.

Awarded Samuel Rutherford Prize for best doctoral thesis in Divinity.


“Annihilationism, Traditionalism, and the Problem of Hell,” Philosophia Christi Vol. 12 No. 1: 61-79, 2010.

Full PDF available here.


“Possible Worlds and God’s Creative Process: How a Classical Doctrine of Divine Creation Can Understand Divine Creativity,” Scottish Journal of Theology volume 65, issue 02: 174-191, 2012.

Full PDF available here. (Copyright Scottish Journal of Theology Ltd 2012. Online edition here.)


“Reconciliationism, a Better View of Hell: Reconciliation and Eternal Punishment," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society Vol. 56 No. 1: 123-138, 2013.

Full PDF available here.  


“Do Hell and Exclusivism Make Procreation Morally Impermissible? A Reply to Kenneth Himma” Faith and Philosophy Vol. 30 No. 3: 330-344, July 2013.

Full PDF available here.  


Book Review: Deane-Peter Baker, Tayloring Reformed Epistemology: Charles Taylor, Alvin Plantinga and the de jure challenge to Christian Belief in Scottish Journal of Theologyvolume 65, issue 03: 351-353