These are the academic accomplishments of my life thus far.
My general research interests are in Christian philosophy and theology. In philosophy, I am interested in metaphysics and philosophy of religion, especially from a Thomistic perspective. In theology, I am interested in patristic theology, especially Origen, and systematic theology, especially eschatological issues like apokatastasis and the doctrine of hell. I am also interested in the role that tradition plays in the theological enterprise.
Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary, Sept. 2017 — current
M.Div., Fuller Theological Seminary, 2016 (3.92 GPA)
B.A. Philosophy, minor Religious Studies, Arizona State University, 2013 (4.0 GPA, summa cum laude)
“On the Priority of Tradition: An Exercise in Analytic Theology.” Open Theology 3 (2017), 274-92.
(coauthor with Jordan Wessling) “The Medicine which Heals the World: Praying for Salvation with Catherine of Siena.” Forthcoming in Irish Theological Quarterly.
“Praying confidently for the salvation of all.” Heythrop Journal (2016). DOI: 10.1111/heyj.12378
“Christian apokatastasis: Two Paradigmatic Objections,” Journal of Analytic Theology 4 (2016), 68-88.
(book review) “Ilaria Ramelli, The Christian Doctrine of Apokatastasis: A Critical Assessment from the New Testament to Eriugena,” Journal of Analyic Theology 3 (2015), 226-33.
I am fluent in Romanian and translation of English works into Romanian is an interest of mine. I am also interested in translating the other way around.
Douglas Farrow, „T.F. Torrance și erezia latină. Laudă și critică la adresa unuia dintre cei mai mari teologi ai secolului XX.” Paradisul Regăsit, ed. Alin Tat. Cluj-Napoca: Editura Napoca Star, 2017.
Adjunct professor, Grand Canyon University, Aug 2016 – current (I have taught PHI-103 in person and PHI-413 online.)
Instructional assistant, Grand Canyon University, Jan 2015 – Dec 2016