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"Being and Time-less Faith: Juxtaposing Heideggerian Anxiety and Religious Faith." Open Theology 6 (2020). Available Here

‘Rethinking Truth: Assessing Heidegger's critique of Aquinas in light of Vallicella's critique of Heidegger', New Blackfriars vol. 101 (May 2020). Available here.





A dialogical monograph on Metaphysics and the Trinity. Accepted by Cascade Books (Wipf & Stock, 2021). 

'The Monstrous Other and The Biblical Narrative of Ruth', The Journal of Religion and Film, Vol.24, Iss.2, Art.3 (Oct 2020). Available Here.

Two chapters---one on the philosophy of death and one on Kierkegaard's ethics---in volume 131 of Popular Culture and Philosophy (OpenCourt, 2020).



An interview with Jonathan about the 'New Trinitarian Ontologies' conference he co-founded at Cambridge. Available Here

A forthcoming novel about a barren woman in the ancient Middle East, wrestling with motherhood and doubt.


Jonathan Lyonhart is a theologian, philosopher, author, and ordained minister, as well as a husband to Madison and a father to Søren and Augustine. His PhD was in Philosophy of Religion at the University of Cambridge, after which he did a joint post-doc between Cambridge and McGill University. Jonathan is now an Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Lincoln Christian University, as well as a Fellow at the Cambridge Center for the Study of Platonism. He has a wide range of interests, including Trinitarian theology, phenomenology of religion, film studies, early modern thought, and the philosophy of space and time.



Jonathan's talk opening the New Trinitarian Ontologies Conference at Cambridge, Day 2. 

Jonathan's talk on the Existence of God, given at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas, 2019.