- Ph.D., Philosophy of Religion and Theology, Claremont Graduate University, 2020
- M.C.S., Theology with an interdisciplinary emphasis, Regent College (Vancouver, BC), 2013
- B.A., Philosophy and Communications, Fresno Pacific University, 2008
I am from Fresno, as is my wife, and we still live here with our two daughters. We both went to school at FPU as well. I have studied philosophy, theology, and communication for the whole of my academic career. I have two main concerns: first, making sure that the questions in philosophy and theology are not relegated to the ivory tower--the content of the debates is practical and must be communicable (read: understandable) to everyone because it is meant to be good news and not some gnostic secret knowledge. The second concern has to do with the ways in which God communicates with us and how we communicate that fact with others under the title of the rhetoric of witness.
- "Questions of an Interpreter regarding the Interpretant: From Criticism to Construction"
- "Incarnate Humanity: A Response to Ronald Cole-Turner"
- Review: John Webster: The Shape and Development of His Theology;
- Review: T&T Clark Reader in John Webster;
- Conference Presentation: "The Ugliness of Truth and the Search for Meaning: an Exploration of Art in Friedrich Nietzsche and Gerard Manley Hopkins"
- John Webster: The Shape and Development of His Theology
- T&T Clark Reader in John Webster
- "The Ugliness of Truth and the Search for Meaning: an Exploration of Art in Friedrich Nietzsche and Gerard Manley Hopkins"