I graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion, and from Yale Divinity School with a Master of Arts in Religion, concentrating in Philosophical Theology. I am currently the Book Review Editor at The North American Anglican. The purpose of this website is to collect all of my writings in one convenient location. For each category pieces are listed from newest to oldest.
Aquinas in Anglican Thought
Book Review: “Conversion and Election”
A Book to Guide the Church: The 1662 Book of Common Prayer, International Edition
Book Review: “The Oxford Movement in Context”
Book Review: Orthodox Anglican Identity by Charles Erlandson
Book Review: The Ark, the Covenant, and the Poor Men’s Chest
Debating Perseverance: A Book Review
The Witness of Beauty: An Introduction (Part 1 of 3)
The Witness of Beauty: An Introduction (Part 2 of 3)
The Witness of Beauty: An Introduction (Part 3 of 3)
Book Review “A Poetics of Orthodoxy: Christian Truth as Aesthetic Foundation”
Beauty and Imagination in Christian Witness [A Review of Reimagining Apologetics]
What is Beauty? A Review of The Father of Lights
Reason for Being: A Christian Vision for the Arts
Book Review: “A Basic Guide to Eastern Orthodox Theology”
Book Review: “Contemplating God with the Great Tradition”
Book Review: “The Devil’s Redemption”
Book Review: “Metaphysics in the Reformation”
Christian Platonism and the Eternal Good [A Review of Christian Platonism: A History]
The Classical (Thomistic) Doctrine of God [A Review of The One Creator God]
Revisiting Martin Luther’s Philosophy [A Review of Prolegomena]
Review – Take This Cup by Charles Erlandson
Imagining Divine Participation [A Review of Participation in God]
A Theology of Proportion [A Review of God in Himself]
Instability and the Noonday Devil
Martin Luther and the Seven Sacraments – Book Review [Ad Fontes May 2018]
Generosity – More Than Money Can Buy
The Four-Chapter Gospel Is a Story of Awful People
The World Is Not on Your Shoulders
Grappling with the True Meaning of Power
What Is the Meaning of Mission in Today’s World?
Who Do You Say That Jesus Is?
Making Christian Apologetics Personal Again: A Review of Os Guinness’s “Fool’s Talk”
Fidelity to the Truth in an Illiberal Time, on Rod Dreher’s Live Not by Lies
The False Promise of Natural Law Liberalism
The Ordinary Christian Option
Asceticism is for Everyone
Natural Law and the Prospects of Persuasion
The Evangelical Sensibility of the Benedict Option [Evangelical Quarterly Vol. XC No. 2 April 2019]
The Kuyperian Impulse of the Benedict Option
Is There Still Room for Christian Political Advocacy?
Is There a Problem with Conscience?
Are We Doomed to the Future Envisioned by Apocalyptic Entertainment?
How Ordinary People Are Giving Glimpses of God’s Restoration
The Power and Potency of Local Cultural Engagement
Can ‘Faithful Presence’ Change the World? Some Christian Leaders Aren’t so Sure
What We Talk about When We Talk about “Changing the World”
Is Discerning Your Calling Becoming Your “Holy Grail”?
Managing Expectations about Work, Life After College
How Worship Recalibrates Our View of Vocation
Rest Is Not Something You Work at
The Importance of Vulnerability in Leadership
Is God Necessary for Vocation?
15 Quotes to Deepen Your Understanding of Vocation
Is Vocation the Key to Revitalizing Higher Education?
Do I Need a Job to Be Able to Work for God?
Literary Analysis (of films, books, and other literature broadly defined)
They Stood On Their Feet [The Slumbering Host]
Welcome to the Gift of Condescension [Welcome to the N.H.K.]
Ahead of the Curve: A Reflection on the Joker’s Terrible Insight [The Dark Knight]
The Weight of Delayed Glory [The Diary of a Country Priest]
In God’s Good Time – An Analysis of Steins;Gate (Part One)
In God’s Good Time – An Analysis of Steins;Gate (Part Two)
In God’s Good Time – An Analysis of Steins;Gate (Part Three)
Is ‘The Hobbit’ Marxist?
Planetarian: An Analysis (Part One)
Planetarian: An Analysis (Part Two)
Planetarian: An Analysis (Part Three)