PUBLICATIONS:

 

  •  “The Biblical Narrative of Ruth and the Monstrous Other,” In Cinema Liberation Theology. Ed. Anthony Ballas. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2020). 

  • “Alternative History and Eschatological Justice in Tarantino,” in Ethics and Religion in Contemporary Speculative Fiction. Ed. Sarah Gallant and Jennifer Matheny. (Lexington/Fortress Press, 2021). 

  • Editor. New Trinitarian Ontologies (Expected 2021). An anthology of essays on the subject of Trinitarian Ontology, including contributions from John Milbank, Rowan Williams, David Bentley Hart, Graham Ward, Catherine Pickstock, Judith Wolfe, Cyril O’Regan, Emmanuel Falque, et al.

  •  “Thanos and Thanatos: The Philosophy of Death in Mainstream Cinema.” in Avengers: Endgame and Philosophy. Ed. Heather Rivera.(OpenCourt Pub., 2020)

  • “Kierkegaard and the ‘Terrible Price’” in Avengers: Endgame and Philosophy Ed. Heather Rivera.(OpenCourt Pub. 2020)

  • MonoThreeism (Burnaby, BC: ShatterBooks Pub., Expected December 2020). A full-length book, written in Socratic dialogue, debating freedom, God and the origin of the universe.

  • Interview byRegent Web (June 2019) regarding the ‘New Trinitarian Ontologies’ Conference I co-founded at Cambridge. Available athttps://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/news/2019/regent-alumni-start-new-trinitarian-ontologies-conference-at-cambridge.

  • 3rdCorinthians, Republished(Cambridge, UK: Noesis Review, November 2018).

  • The Dunce of Modernity: Is Duns Scotus responsible for Onto-Theology, Immanence and Nihilism? (Vancouver, BC: Regent College Academic Symposium Journal, March 2017).

  • 3rdCorinthians (Vancouver, BC:Et Cetera, Winter Issue 9, March 14th).

  • The Mirrored Hall (Burnaby, BC: ShatterBooks Pub., April 2017). A collection of short stories about paradox and cognitive dissonance in modernity. Available on Amazon.com.

 

CONFERENCES AND SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:

 

  • “Heidegger and Aquinas on the location of Truth.”(AHRC ‘Trust and Truth’ International Interdisciplinary Conference, Peterhouse College, Cambridge, Sept.18-20, 2019)

  • “The On-going Necessity of Trinitarian Ontology,” at the New Trinitarian Ontologies Conference,Cambridge. Feat. John Milbank, Rowan Williams, David Bentley Hart, Graham Ward, Catherine Pickstock, Judith Wolfe, Cyril O’Regan, Emmanuel Falque, Connor Cunningham, et al.(University of Cambridge, Sept 13-15, 2019)

  • Panel Chair for “Evolution and Pan(en)theism”discussion, feat. Celia Deane-Drummond and Johannes Hoff. New Trinitarian Ontologies Conference, Universityof Cambridge, Sept 13-15, 2019.

  • “Nietzsche, Cosmos and Morality.”(Sutton Trust, University of Cambridge, August 23, 2018)

  • “John Locke and Ralph Cudworth on the source of Reason and Morality.” (Lehrstuhl für Religionsphilosophie und Wissenschaftstheorie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, May 11, 2019)

  • “Wrangling about Innate Ideas? Reflections upon Locke and Cudworth.” (British Society for the History of Philosophy Annual Conference, King’s College London, April 24, 2019)

  • Response to Christian Hengstermann’s“Holiness and Love — Divine Sensation and Agency in Ralph Cudworth’s Early Sermons,”(‘Ralph Cudworth at the Crossroads of Modernity', conference co-sponsored by the British Academy, March 11, 2019, Emmanuel College, Cambridge)

  • “Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion.”(November 9, 2018, University of Cambridge, Outreach at Mill Hill, UK)

  • “Cudworth on Atoms, Motion and Nothingness.” (October 20, 2018, Beierwaltes Seminar, Claire College, Cambridge, UK)

  • “What is Philosophy of Religion?”(August 15, 2018, Sutton Trust, University of Cambridge) 

  • “Re-evaluating the Cosmological Argument.”(July 26, 2018, University of Cambridge, UK) 

  • “God is dead? Surveying the Status of God in Recent Philosophy.”(March 29th2018, Hewett Academy, Norwich, UK) 

  • Response to Gavin Hyman’s “Between Hegel and Wittgenstein: Reflections in the Wake of Gillian Rose and Rowan Williams,” (The D Society, February 2, 2018, University of Cambridge)

  • “Is Duns Scotus responsible for Onto-Theology, Immanence and Nihilism?” (March 2017, Academic Symposium, Regent College, Canada)

  • “Modern Identity and the Resurrection.”(April 17, 2014, The Annual Gathering of Mennonite Brethren, Vancouver, Canada)

  • “Environmentalism and Theology.”(April 2011, Upper Room, Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, USA)

  • “The Assumptions of Reason.”(March 2011, Upper Room, Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, USA)

  • “υἱοθεσίαν in Ephesians 1.”(March 24, 2011, Ozark Christian College, Joplin, USA)

  • “Can the Cosmological Argument survive Quantum Mechanics?”(January 2010, Ozark Christian College, Joplin, USA)