“Philosophy of Mind” | T&T Clark Encyclopedia of Christian Theology, T&T Clark / Bloomsbury  (forthcoming)

“Narrative, Theology, and Philosophy of Religion”Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Religion, Wiley-Blackwell with Joshua W. Seachris (2021)

“Petitionary Prayer: A Philosophical Investigation, by Scott Davison” | Faith and Philosophy 36.3 (2019): 390-395

“Review of Ritualized Faith by Terence Cuneo”Religious Studies Review, Wiley-Blackwell (2019)

“Perception, Cognition, and Prediction” | University of Notre Dame (Dissertation, 2018)

Grants and Awards:

“Scientific and Theological Explanations of Mental Disorder” | Selected participant in SET Foundations seminar, Loyola University / John Templeton Foundation, ($4,000) 2021

“Mental Disorder & Religion” | Blueprint 1543 research grant ($14,644) & Hope College Nyenhuis research grant ($7,488), 2021 (principal investigator)

“Symptoms Mental Disorder & Components of Faith” | Hope College Nyenhuis research grant ($7,088), 2020 (principal investigator)

“Self-Narrative and the Problem of Evil” | Selected participant in TheoPsych seminar, Fuller Theological Seminary / John Templeton Foundation, ($2,000) 2020

Public Philosophy:

"Hearing Different Voices" Broken People blog

"Feminism & Philosophy" She's the Man radio episode


"A Defense of Cognitive Penetration" (revise & resubmit)

"Embodied Cognition and the Grip of Computationalism" (under review)

“Trapped in Your Own Story" (under review)

“An Improved Account of Thought Insertion” (under review)

“Embodied Religious Concepts" (draft available on request, feedback appreciated!)

“Intellectual Disability & Embodied Faith"(draft available on request, feedback appreciated!)

“Predictive Processing and Self-Generated Experience” (draft available on request, feedback appreciated!)

“Transformative Mental Disorder & Faith” (draft available on request, feedback appreciated!)

Templeton Interfaith Workshop, Jordan
Embodied Religious Experience Workshop, Princeton University
Scientiae Conference, University of Vienna, Austria
History of Philosophy of Science Conference, University of Ghent, Belgium