I'm Associate Professor of Philosophy at Tyndale University College in Toronto (Canada). I came to Tyndale in 2008 from the University of Oklahoma where I did doctoral work on the problem of evil. My main area of research is in the philosophy of religion, but I also teach courses in philosophy of mind, ethics, and political philosophy. One of my on-going research projects is to explore the compatibility of one's various philosophical positions with distinctly Christian doctrines (e.g., the details of a free will defense with the doctrine of original sin). I just finished editing a book for Bloomsbury Academic called Explaining Evil: Four Views that came out in January of 2019. It is available for order at Bloomsbury’s website and on Amazon.com.
You can find links to most of my published work on the "Writing" page and several public lectures on the "Speaking" page.