I am happy to announce that I am under contract with B&H Publishing Group to write a book about the hope of glorification. Lord willing it will be coming out in the Fall of 2024. I will seek to post regular updates here on how my progress is going. As of today, I have written […]
Category: Systematic Theology
The Hope of Glorification
In my efforts to continue to research and write on the topic of the Christians Glorification, I was asked by Union School of Theology’s publisher to write a brief article on the Hope of Glorification. Here is a link to that piece.
A Short Book Review: Robot Theology by Joshua K. Smith
In his latest work, Robot Theology: Old Questions Through New Media, Joshua K. Smith surveys the current landscape of technology through the lens of orthodox evangelical theology. Like his previous work, Robotic Persons (the subject of his Ph.D. dissertation), Smith aptly deals with the subject at hand, albeit a subject that many evangelicals will find […]
My Rejected ETS Proposal
Here is the proposal that ETS rejected. Do you think I should turn this into a journal article? The Same God Who Judges All Things: Holiness in Irenaeus’ Defense Against Marcionism In his defense against the Marcionite heresy, Irenaeus highlights that God does not adjudicate lesser consequences for the sins of New Testament believers over […]
Most of my theological research fits nicely within the general category of Glorification. In recent days I am researching what has been written on the topic, specifically in monograph form. My searches have turned up very few results and certainly nothing written that is easily accessible as in nothing that can easily be grabbed off […]
Constructing Theology within the Bounds of Creeds and Confessions
Here is an article I wrote over at the London Lyceum. If you’re unfamiliar with this outfit, you really need to be listening to their podcast!
2021 ETS Proposal
My 2021 ETS Proposal is partially based on a portion of my dissertation in which I explore a facet of Incarnation Anyway theology, or as Edwin Chr. van Driel appropriately labels it, Supralapsarian Christology. Here is my proposal: The Eternal Son as Instructor: Incarnation Anyway, Continued Most scholars agree that the incarnation happens in order […]