Curriculum Vitae

 EDUCATION

  • Ph.D.,  Philosophy, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, 1993. Dissertation:  The Apologetics of George Berkeley, Charles McCracken, director
  • M.A., Philosophy, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, 1988. 
  • B.S., Biology, Belhaven College, Jackson, MS, 1985.

 TEACHING POSITIONS

  • Taylor University, Professor of Philosophy and Religion (2003-present)
  • Taylor University, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion (1998-2003)
  • Taylor University, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion (1993-1998)
  • Moorhead State University, Instructor of Philosophy (1992-1993)

 PUBLICATIONS & APPEARANCES

BOOKS
  • Idealism and Christianity, Vol. 1: Idealism and Christian Theology, edited with Joshua Farris and S. Mark Hamilton (Bloomsbury Press, forthcoming in 2016)
  • Idealism and Christianity, Vol. 2: Idealism and Christian Philosophy, edited with Steven B. Cowan (Bloomsbury Press, forthcoming in 2016)
  • Faithful Learning in Philosophy (P&R Publications, 2014)
  • The Making of An Atheist: How Immorality Leads to Unbelief (Moody Publications, 2010)
  • The Love of Wisdom: A Christian Introduction to Philosophy, co-authored with Steve Cowan (Broadman and Holman, 2009)
  • Gum, Geckos, and God: A Family’s Adventure in Space, Time, and Faith (Zondervan Press, 2008)
  • Faith, Film, and Philosophy: Christian Reflections on Contemporary Film, co-edited with Doug Geivett (InterVarsity Press, 2007)
  • The Benefits of Providence: A New Look at Divine Sovereignty (Crossway Books, 2005)
  • How to be Good in a World Gone Bad: Living a Life of Christian Virtue (KregelPress, 2004)
  • Hipocrisia: Problemas Morais e Outros Vicios, translated by Luiz Felipe Coimbra Ribeiro (Textus Press, 2002)
  • Hypocrisy: Moral Fraud and Other Vices (Baker Books, 1999)
BOOK CHAPTERS
  • “Philosophy as the Love of Wisdom,” in Where Wisdom May Be Found (Wipf and Stock, forthcoming).
  • The Sexual Pluralist Revolution: Reasons to be Skeptical” in Venus and Virtue, edited by Jerry Walls, Jeremy Neill, and David Baggett (Wipf and Stock, forthcoming).
  • “Gospel Nakedness in Marriage: From Sin and Shame to Relational Wholeness,” Theology of Marriage (Moody Press, forthcoming).
  • “Immaterialism as a Boon to Faith: Berkeley and Christian Theology” in Christianity and the Modern Philosophers (Zondervan, forthcoming).
  • “Idealism and the Reasonableness of Theism” in Idealism and Christian Philosophy (Bloomsbury Press, 2016).
  • “The Theological Orthodoxy of Berkeley’s Immaterialism,” Idealism and Christian Philosophy (Bloomsbury Press, 2016) [originally published in Faith and Philosophy, Vol. 13, No. 2 (April, 1996)].
  • “Making the Philosophical Case for Conditionalism” in A Consuming Passion: Essays on Hell and Immortality (Pickwick Publications, 2015).
  • “The Irenaean Soul-Making Theodicy” in God and Evil: The Case for God in a World Filled with Pain (InterVarsity, 2013).
  • “Augustine, Evolution, and Scientific Methodology” in Augustine and Science (Lexington, 2013).
  • “The Virtue of Wisdom” in Being Good: Christian Virtues for Everyday Life (Eerdmans, 2011).
  • “Berkeley’s Immaterialism” an introductory note in Themes in Ancient and Modern Philosophy (Kendall-Hunt, 2009).
  • “Dialogue and Disagreement After 9/11” (co-authored with Ryan Pflum) in The Impact of 9/11 on Religion and Philosophy: The Day that Changed Everything? (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).
  • “What Would Have Been and What Could Be: Counterfactuals in It’s a Wonderful Life and Run Lola Run” in Faith, Film and Philosophy (InterVarsity, 2007).
  • “Getting Better: The Beatles and Virtue Ethics” in The Beatles and Philosophy (Open Court, 2006).
  • “With God (and Augustine and Socrates) on Our Side” in Bob Dylan and Philosophy (Open Court, 2005).
  • “Does God Take Risks?” in God Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents God (Zondervan Press, 2002).
RESEARCH ARTICLES
  • “Contest and Indifference: Two Models of Open-minded Inquiry,” Philosophia: Philosophical Quarterly of Israel 45:2 (June, 2017): 789-810.
  • “Idealism and Christian Philosophy,” Philosophy Compass 12:2 (February, 2017)
  • “Why Same-Sex Marriage is Unjust” Think: Philosophy for Everyone 15 (Summer, 2016): 81-90.
  • “Hell and the Problem of Eternal Evil,” Toronto Journal of Theology 31:2 (Fall, 2015): 239-248.
  • “Annihilation, Everlasting Torment, and Divine Justice,” International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 76:3 (August, 2015): 241-248.
  • “Open-mindedness and Christian Flourishing,” Christian Psychology: A Transdisciplinary Journal 8:1 (2014): 38-48.
  • “Why Positive Psychology Needs Virtue: A Constructive Response to Hackney,” Christian Psychology: Transdisciplinary Journal 8:1 (2014): 22-25.
  • “Moral Heresy,” Philosophia Christi, Series II, 15:2 (Winter, 2013): 401-413.
  • “Growing Wise: Resources for Nourishing the Supreme Virtue” in “Book Symposium,” Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care 6:2 (Fall, 2013): 316-336.
  • “Why Flatulence is Funny,” Think: Philosophy for Everyone 12 (September, 2013): 15-24.
  • “Open-mindedness and Religious Devotion,” Sophia: International Journal of Philosophy and Traditions 52:1 (April, 2012): 143-158.
  • “Open-mindedness and Intellectual Humility,” Theory and Research in Education 10:1 (March, 2012): 27-38.
  • “On Free Will and Soul-Making: Complementary Approaches to the Problem of Evil,” Philosophia Christi, Series II, 13:2 (Winter, 2011): 405-413.
  • “Teaching the Art of Disagreement at the Christian College,” Growth 4:4 (Spring, 2004): 18-27.
  • “Humility as Moral Irony,” Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 6:1 (Winter, 2003): 131-150.
  • “The Philosophical Theology of Theistic Evolutionism,” Philosophia Christi, Series II, 4:1 (Summer, 2002): 89-99.
  • “Can a Christian be Coherently Both Morally Pro-life and Politically Pro-choice?” Christian Scholar’s Review 30:1 (Fall, 2000): 107-115.
  • “Towards a New Aesthetic Vision for the Christian Liberal Arts College,” Christian Scholar’s Review 28:3 (Spring, 1999): 466-475.
  • “The Christian Psychology of George Berkeley,” Journal of Psychology and Christianity 17:4 (Winter, 1998): 335-346.
  • “Aesthetics and Worship,” The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 2:4 (Winter, 1998): 40-56.
  • “A Berkeleyan Approach to the Problem of Induction,” Science and Christian Belief 10:1 (April, 1998): 73-84.
  • “The Theological Orthodoxy of Berkeley’s Immaterialism,” Faith and Philosophy 13:2 (April, 1996): 216-235.
  • “Socrates: A Messianic Type for the Gentiles,” Philosophia Christi, Series I, 18:2 (Fall, 1995): 43-64.
REFERENCE ARTICLES
  • “Beauty,” Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science (Zondervan, 2017).
  • “Determinism,” Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science (Zondervan, 2017).
  • “Epistemology,” Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science (Zondervan, 2017).
  • “Extra-terrestrials,” Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science (Zondervan, 2017).
  • “William James,” Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science (Zondervan, 2017).
  • “Descartes,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
  • “Divine Providence,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
  • “Fasting,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
  • “Fruit of the Spirit,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
  • “George Berkeley,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
  • “Hypocrisy,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
  • “Openness Theology,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
  • “Virtue,” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
MAGAZINES & POPULAR JOURNAL ARTICLES
  • “You Gotta Believe: Atheist or Not, You Have More Faith Than You Realize,” Salvo 37 (Summer 2016).
  • “Dumb Sheep: On the Truth about a Slanderous Accusation,” Touchstone 28:3 (May/June, 2015).
  • “Case Closed or Mind Open?” The Table 4 (March, 2015).
  • “Taking Philosophy to the Masses: A Review of Philosophy Bites and Philosophy Bites Back,” Books and Culture (July/August, 2014).
  • “The Blessing of Forgiveness and Wise Living: Meditations on Psalm 32,” Soul & Spirit (May, 2012).
  • “Unreasonable Doubt,” Christianity Today (January, 2011).
  • “Righteous Living in an Unrighteous Age,” Taylor Magazine (Fall, 2009).
  • “Pressure Punctured,” ” in Men of Integrity (September/October, 2009).
  • “Mock Humor isn’t the Real Thing” in Men of Integrity (September/October, 2009).
  • “More Precious Than Rubies,” in the Christian Counseling Connection Newsletter 16:3 (2009).
  • “Gum, Geckos, and God: Talking About Faith with Your Kids” (an interview) in Stand Firm 14:3 (March, 2009).
  • “A Philosophical Case for Mind-Body Dualism,” Areopagus Journal 8:6 (November/December 2008).
  • “Impress Them on Your Children: The Challenge of Teaching Our Kids About God,” K Magazine (November/December, 2008).
  • “How to be Good in a World Gone Bad” (an interview) in Stand Firm 13:8 (August, 2008).
  • “Theistic Evolution: A Reasonable Compromise?” Areopagus Journal 5:2 (May-June, 2005).
  • “Good Art and Bad Art: What is the Difference?” Areopagus Journal 4:1 (January-February, 2004).
  • “The Quest for Moral Integrity,” Koinonia (Fall, 2000).
ONLINE ARTICLES
  • “From the Sumerians to Shakespeare to Twain: Why Fart Jokes Never Get Old,” The Conversation (August, 2015).
  • “Open-mindedness: The Virtue Between Dogma and Doubt,” The Table (September, 2014).
  • “The Light’s Still Burning: A Review of Dylan’s Tempest,” Books and Culture (March, 2013).
  • “To Fight or Not to Fight: Approaching Gay Marriage in the Public Square,” The Other Journal (2004).
  • “The Theological Aesthetic of American Beauty,” Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 4 (Summer, 2003).
  • “Advocating for the Devil: Hearing Al-Qaeda’s Case Against the United States,” Journal of Religion and Society 5 (2003).
  • “Cinematic Lessons in Christian Theology,” Journal of Religion and Film 6:2 (October, 2002).
BOOK REVIEWS
  • Review of The Uncontrolling Love of God, (by Thomas Jay Oord), Christian Scholar’s Review (forthcoming in Fall 2017).
  • Review of Philosophy of Religion: Selected Readings, 5th (edited by Michael Peterson, William Hasker, Bruce Reichenbach, and David Basinger), Teaching Philosophy 38:4 (December, 2015).
  • Review of The Beauty of the Infinite, (by David Bentley Hart), Christian Scholar’s Review 35:2 (Winter, 2006).
  • Review of Good Eating (by Stephen H. Webb) Encounter 64:3 (Summer, 2003).
  • Review of The Puzzle of Evil (by Peter Vardy) Teaching Philosophy 22:3 (September, 1999).
  • Review of On God and Dogs, (by Stephen H. Webb), Christian Scholar’s Review 28:4 (Summer, 1999).
  • Review of A Passion for Wisdom (by R. C. Solomon and K. M. Higgins), Teaching Philosophy 21:4 (December, 1998).
Conference Presentations
  • “The Ethics of Virtual Reality Technology: Moral Hazards and Public Policy Implications” national meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (February, 2017).
  • Panel Discussion on Idealism and Christian Philosophy, national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November 2016).
  • “Celebration and Betrayal: Martin Luther King’s Case for Racial Justice and our Current Moral Dilemma,” Midwest regional meeting of the Society for Christian Philosophers (September, 2016).
  • “Frodo, I am Your Father: Tolkien, the Virtues and Parenting,” Lewis and Friends conference at Taylor University (June, 2016).
  • “It’s the Wrath of God: Reflections on Inferring Divine Punishment,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2015).
  • “The Philosophical Case for Conditional Immortalism,” plenary address at the Rethinking Hell conference at Fuller Theological Seminary (June, 2015).
  • “Open-mindedness and Disagreement,” Annual Conference of the Biola Center for Christian Thought (May, 2015).
  • “Immaterialism as Handmaid: How Berkeleyan Idealism Enhances Christian Theology,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2014).
  • “The Making of an Atheist” and “A Cumulative Case for God,” plenary addresses at Apologetics.com Conference in Wheaton, IL (March, 2014).
  • “Moral Heresy,” regional meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (March, 2014).
  • “Personal Open-mindedness as a Christian Virtue,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2013).
  • “The Giubilini-Minerva Argument for ‘After-birth Abortion,’” national meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (March, 2013).
  • “Was Augustine a Proto-Evolutionist?” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2012).
  • “Open-mindedness and Christian Flourishing,” an invited lecture at the national meeting of the Society for Christian Psychology (October, 2012).
  • “Belief, Behavior, and the Necessary Conditions for Salvation,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2011).
  • “Open-mindedness and Intellectual Humility,” national meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (March, 2011).
  • “Open-mindedness and Religious Devotion,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2010).
  • “The Making of an Atheist,” EPS Apologetics Conference at Johnson-Ferry Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia (November, 2010).
  • Commentary on presentation by Andrew Purves’ “Vicarious Agency: The Humanity of God in Our Place” at the national meeting of the Society for Christian Psychology (September, 2010).
  • “Why Gay Marriage is Unjust,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2009).
  • “An Anti-Naturalist Argument from Beauty” (with Doug Geivett), national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2009).
  • “Human Suffering and Moral Growth,” meeting of the Society for Christian Psychology at the national meeting of the American Association of Christian Counselors (September, 2009).
  • “Free Will and Soul-Making: Comparing Two Theodicies,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2008).
  • “Do You Need a Brain to Think?: Some Implications of Near Death Experiences for Philosophy of Mind,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2007).
  • “To Do the Good is to Know it: The Epistemic Ramifications of Behavior,” Eastern regional meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers (April, 2007).
  • Chaired panel discussion on “Consenting to God and Nature” national meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (February, 2007).
  • “To Do the Good is to Know it: The Epistemic Ramifications of Behavior,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2006).
  • “Immorality in Art: When is it Justifiable?” a presentation at the annual meeting of the Association of Christians in Student Development (June, 2006).
  • “Origins and Divine Providence,” an invited presentation for the University of Toledo’s Annual Conference in Contemporary Philosophy (April, 2006).
  • “Beauty, Goodness, and Evil: When is Immorality in Art Aesthetically Warranted and Morally Justified?” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2005).
  • “Humility in Christianity and Islam” (with Winfried Corduan), national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (November, 2005).
  • “Tools for Integrity: Training Students to Live up to their Faith,” annual meeting of the Association of Christians in Student Development (June, 2005).
  • “Art and the Golden Rule: The Moral Significance of Nurturing an Aesthetic Sensibility,” Midwest meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers (April, 2005).
  • “Virtue Across the Paradigms,” keynote address at the 52nd annual Southeastern Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at Covenant College (February, 2005).
  • “Art and the Golden Rule: The Moral Significance of Nurturing an Aesthetic Sensibility,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2004).
  • “Freedom, Evil, and Divine Risk,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2002).
  • “Philosophical Prolegomena to Any Future Contact with Extraterrestrial Intelligent Beings,” national meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (March, 2002).
  • “A Biblical Defense of Animal Rights,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 2001).
  • Chaired panel discussion on “Artificial Life, Artificial Ethics: Thoughts on ‘Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us’” at the national meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (March, 2001).
  • “Religious Skepticism and the Dilemma of Moral Outrage,” Mountain-Plains regional meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers (September, 2000).
  • “Turning the Problem of Consciousness Inside Out,” Eastern regional meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers (May, 2000).
  • “The Moral Skill of Self-Control,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 1999).
  • “The Philosophical Theology of Theistic Evolutionism,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 1998).
  • “Can a Christian be Coherently Morally Pro-life and Politically Pro-choice?” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 1997).
  • “What Sort of Vice is Hypocrisy?” Central meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers (April, 1997).
  • “The Problem of Hypocrisy,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 1995).
  • “Theism and the Laws of Logic,” Central meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers (April, 1995).
  • “Ethical Paradigms and Moral Expertise,” Mountain meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers (March, 1995).
  • “Socrates: A Messianic Type for the Gentiles,” national meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (November, 1993).
  • “The Theological Orthodoxy of Berkeley’s Immaterialism,” Midwest Seminar in the History of Philosophy (March, 1993).
  • “Berkeley on the Problem of Induction: His Anticipatory Reply to Hume,” Minnesota Philosophical Society (October, 1992).
  • “Was Berkeley a Utilitarian?” the national meeting of the Philosophy Graduate Student Society (October, 1991).
  • “A Note on ‘Is’ and ‘Ought,’” annual meeting of the Mississippi Philosophical Association (May, 1988).
Media
  • Podcast interview about The Making of an Atheist for the “Trinities” website hosted by Dale Tuggy (September, 2015).
  • Newspaper interview about why flatulence is funny for the Helsingin Sanomat, Finland’s largest morning newspaper (November, 2014).
  • Podcast interview about the virtue of open-mindedness for the Apologetics.com show (November, 2014).
  • Radio interview about Philosophy: Faithful Learning for “The Janet Mefford Show,” a nationally syndicated radio program (August, 2014).
  • Radio interview about hypocrisy in the church for “The John and Kathy Show” on WORD FM in Pittsburgh, PA (June, 2014).
  • Podcast Interview with Glenn Peoples for the Rethinking Hell website (August, 2013)
  • Radio Interview about The Making of an Atheist for “The Bob Dutko Show” on WMUZ in Detroit, MI (February, 2013).
  • Podcast interview about The Making of an Atheist for “The Reformatory,” hosted by Ted Kluck and Ronnie Martin (June, 2011).
  • Radio interview about The Making of an Atheist for “The John and Kathy Show” on WORD FM in Pittsburgh, PA (February, 2011).
  • Radio interview about The Making of an Atheist for “LightLine” with Denise Wylie on WPOS in Holland, OH (November, 2010).
  • Podcast interview (in three parts) about The Making of an Atheist for the atheist website “Tuesday Afternoon” (with transcript)—posted at 12Tuesday.com (October, 2010).
  • Radio interview about The Making of an Atheist for “The Bottom Line” with Jeremy Wiggins—syndicated on 140 stations around the country (October, 2010).
  • Radio interview about The Making of an Atheist for “The Al Kresta Show” in Toledo, OH; podcast interview for “Your Life Matters” (September, 2010).
  • Radio interview about The Making of an Atheist for “Sound Reason,” syndicated on the American Family Radio network (June, 2010); “Mid-Morning with Char Binkley” on WBCL in Fort Wayne, IN (June, 2010).
  • Radio interviews about The Making of an Atheist: “Mars Hill Radio Network”—syndicated on stations throughout upper New York and Southern Ontario, Canada (May, 2010); “Viewpoint” with Chuck Crismer—syndicated on the Information Radio Network in VA, CT, and NY (May, 2010); “The Debbie Chavez Show”—syndicated from Seattle, WA to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (May,       2010); “The Birga Alden Show” on KDAZ—Albuquerque, NM (May, 2010); “Connecting Faith” on KTIS—syndicated on five stations throughout the upper Midwest (May, 2010).
  • Podcast interview about The Making of an Atheist: “The Active Christian Media Radio Show” with Stacy Lynn Harp—broadcast on OnePlace.com (May, 2010).
  • Radio interviews about The Making of an Atheist: “Fresh Start”—West Palm Beach, FL (April, 2010); “The Matter at Hand” on WGRC—Scranton, PA (April, 2010); “The Bob Dutko Show” on WMUZ—Detroit, MI (April 2010); “The Janet Mefferd Show” on KWRD—Dallas, TX (April, 2010); “Prime Time Chicago” with Steve Hiller on MBI—Chicago, IL (April, 2010); “The Georgene Rice Show” on KPDQ—Portland, OR (April, 2010); KFAX—San Francisco and San Jose, CA (April, 2010); “The Rob Breakenridge Show on CHQR—Calgary, Canada (April, 2010); “Mancow’s Morning Madhouse”—nationally syndicated on the Talk Radio Network (April, 2010); “Songtime USA Radio Show”—broadcast on 36 stations throughout the Northeast (April, 2010); KKMS—Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN (April, 2010).
  • Interview about The Making of an Atheist for The Charlotte World, a news website for people in the Charlotte, NC area (April, 2010).
  • Radio interviews about The Making of an Atheist: “Iron Sharpens Iron” with Chris Arnzen on WNYG—New York, NY (March, 2010); WGNB—Grand Rapids, MI (March 2010); “Chris Fabry Live”—nationally syndicated on 203 stations (March, 2010); KTIS—syndicated throughout upper Midwest (March, 2010); American Family Radio Network—nationally syndicated (March, 2010); Moody Radio South—broadcast on four stations in Alabama and Mississippi (March, 2010);    CJCA—Alberta, Canada (March, 2010); WDLM—Quad Cities, IL (March 2010); WEMI—Appleton, WI (March, 2010).
  • Interview about The Making of an Atheist for “To The Source,” a national on-line newsletter (March, 2010).
  • Radio interview about The Making of an Atheist for the Apologetics.com radio show (February, 2010).
  • Podcast interviews about The Making of an Atheist for the apologetics website Apologetics315.com (February, 2010) and for atheist website CommonSenseAtheism.com (February, 2010).
  • Radio interview about The Making of an Atheist on Prime Time America radio (January, 2010).
  • Interview about Gum, Geckos, and God for the Focus on Your Family Focus on Your Child audio journal (Fall, 2008).
  • Radio interviews about Gum, Geckos, and God on KKLA in Los Angeles, CA (for Apologetics.com Show) (July, 2008); WBCL in Fort Wayne, IN (June, 2008); and Pilgrim Radio Network—stations in CA, MT, NV, and WY (June, 2008).
  • Featured in Rebellion of Thought, a video documentary on postmodernism by Paladin Pictures (2008).
  • Radio interviews about The Benefits of Providence: WMUZ in Detroit, MI for “The Bob Dutko Show” (December, 2005); WTLN in Altamonte Springs, FL for Crosstalk with Dwight Bain” (January, 2006); XM170 Family Talk for “Abiding in Christ” with Jim Wood (January, 2006); KTIS in St. Paul, MN for “The Kim Jeffries Program” (February, 2006).
  • Radio interviews about How to be Good in a World Gone Bad: WWJC in Minneapolis, MN; WAFT in Valdosta, GA; WBCL in Fort Wayne, IN; WWJC in Duluth, MN; and WKTO in Edgewater, FL (2005).
  • Radio interviews about How to be Good in a World Gone Bad: KPRD in Hays, KS; WTLN in Orlando, FL; KSIV in Clayton, MO; and KJTY in Topeka, KS (2004).
  • Radio interview about hypocrisy in the church for WMUZ in Detroit, Michigan (October, 2000).
  • Radio interview about hypocrisy in the church for KFLQ in Albuquerque, New Mexico (July, 2000).
  • Radio interview about the legacy of George Berkeley for radio station in Providence, Rhode Island (July, 1996).
Academic Service
  • Contributing editor, Christian Psychology: A Transdisciplinary Journal
  • Manuscript peer reviewer: Analytic Theology, Christian Scholar’s Review, Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies, Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care, Metaphilosophy, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, Philosophia Christi, Topoi, and Theory and Research in Education
  • Editor of the “Berkeley Briefs,” newsletter for the International Berkeley Society (1996-2000)
  • External reviewer for numerous publishers, including Baker, Cascade, InterVarsity, NavPress, Norton, P&R, Weaver, and Zondervan.