Much of my research has focused on questions concerning the relationship between divine and secondary causes (e.g., occasionalism and concurrentism) both in the early modern historical context and in contemporary philosophy of religion.

I've also done some work on Rule Consequentialism (RC). I'm especially interested in the competing concerns of ideal and non-ideal theory in formulations of RC and in RC's prospects as a foundation for religious ethics that can integrate religious and secular sources of moral guidance.

I taught at Lee University from 2008-2022, worked for the American Philosophical Association as the Program Assistant for Go…

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