"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.