My academic work is currently focused on a range of issues related to theology’s interdisciplinary engagements with philosophy and the social sciences in order to lay the groundwork for a project on theological anthropology.
‘With Two Hands’: A Doctrinal Analysis of Warfield and Barth on Scripture (Lexington/Fortress Academic, under contract)
“Theology’s Munus Triplex? Reconsidering theology’s role among the sciences,” in International Journal of Systematic Theology 20.3 (August 2018), 335-358.
“The Anthropologist (AND) The Theologian,” in Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 59.2 (June 2017), 199-227.
Review of The Echoes of Coinherence: Trinitarian theology and science together, by Ross Hastings, in International Journal of Systematic Theology 20.3 (August 2018), 431-434.
“Yesterday, Today, and Forever,” a review of David L. Mueller’s Karl Barth (Makers of the Modern Theological Mind Series), in The Expository Times 128.9 (June 2017), 462-463.
Isaiah in 1 Peter: A Study in the New Testament’s Interpretive Method
Th.M. Thesis (New Testament) / Regent College (May 2013)
“The Father in the Son,” in Remebering Kobun (2012)
“Churches without Barriers,” Arkansas Times (January 2010)