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PUBLICATIONS

Christ, Power and Mammon: Karl Barth and John Howard Yoder in Dialogue. T&T Clark/Continuum, 2013.

Review of Albino Barrera, Market Complicity and Christian Ethics, in Theology (forthcoming)

Review of Peter Dula and Chris Huebner (eds.),The New Yoder, in The International Journal of Systematic Theology (forthcoming).

‘The Body and Human Identity in Orthodoxy and Postmodernism’, American Theological Inquiry: A Biannual Journal of Theology, Culture and History, Vol.1, No.2 (July 15, 2008)

Review of John Howard Yoder, Christian Attitudes to War, Peace and Revolution, and The War of the Lamb, in The Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 29.1 (Spring 2011), 137-9.

Review of William T. Cavanaugh, Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire, in Studies in Christian Ethics 23.2 (May 2010), 207-10.

EDUCATION

PhD in Systematic and Moral Theology, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK
Awarded with distinction, June 2011
Dissertation: The Powers and the Power of Mammon: Karl Barth and John Howard Yoder in Dialogue
Supervisors: Dr. Brian Brock and Professor John Webster
Examination Committee: Professor Hans Ulrich and Dr. Philip Ziegler

Masters of Theological Studies (MTS), Duke University Divinity School, Durham, NC
August 2004 – May 2006
Graduated with distinction

BA in Christian Studies and Philosophy, Mississippi College, Clinton, MS
August 2000 – May 2004
Major: Christian Studies & Philosophy; Minor: English Literature

TEACHING

Spring 2012

Tutor for ‘Sacramental Theology after the Reformation’

Fall 2011
Co-teacher for ‘Introduction to Philosophy’, Univ. of Aberdeen, Centre for Lifelong Learning
Tutor for ‘Meta-Ethics’, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Philosophy
Tutor for ‘Metaphysics’, 2nd year course, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Philosophy
Tutor for ‘Philosophy of Language’, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Philosophy

Spring 2011
Tutor for ‘Basic Christian Doctrine’, Introductory course, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Divinity and Religious Studies
Tutor for ‘Metaphysics’, 2nd year course, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Philosophy
Tutor for ‘The Pilgrim City: Medieval Christianity, 500-1500’, 2nd year course, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Divinity and Religious Studies

Fall 2010
Co-teacher for ‘Introduction to Philosophy’, Univ. of Aberdeen, Centre for Lifelong Learning
Tutor for ‘Christian Doctrine and Practice’, 2nd year course, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Divinity and Religious Studies
Tutor for ‘The Rise of Christianity’, Introductory course, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Divinity and Religious Studies

Fall 2009
Tutor for ‘Christian Doctrine and Practice’, 2nd year course, Univ. of Aberdeen, Department of Divinity and Religious Studies

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Academy of Religion
Member, May 2009 – Present

Society for the Study of Christian Ethics
Member, July 2008 – Present