Most of my scholarly papers are available through my Academia profile. Details of my thesis/dissertation are available separately. However, there are two papers I had written for coursework which I believe summarise the ‘final direction’ of my undergraduate and master’s degrees. This does not mean that I see my current research and writing as following directly from both of these, but they do serve as reminders of past lives and what I thought I would do in future work. To some extent, I have incorporated each into my writing but often in quite unexpected ways.
- Duplicity of Singularity – Interpreting Nietzsche (Autumn 2007)
- Omniscience and Future Actions – A look at various perspectives of divine foreknowledge and free will (Undergraduate thesis, Autumn 2004)
Posts for Church & Postmodernism blog
Review of Peter Rollins’ How (Not) to Speak of God
On Signs and Meaning – Deleuze and Theology
The Substance of Faith – Kierkegaard and Faith
Theological Networks – Future Theology