The Best of 2022: A Reading List

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to post.  Work and family life gets a little hectic around the end of the semester and the Christmas season.  Since 2022 is wrapping up today, I thought I would write a New Year’s post by sharing my favorite books I read this year!  Hope you find some ones toContinue reading “The Best of 2022: A Reading List”

Not Safe, but Good

[In the spring of 2020, I was a Teaching Fellow for the class Christianity Engaging Modernity at Boston University’s School of Theology.  The course was a required class for all master’s students in STH and was a combination of historical theology and church history, from the beginning of the enlightenment to the present.  Halfway through the course,Continue reading “Not Safe, but Good”

Semper Reformanda?

Today is October 31st, and there is a holiday that deserves no small amount of recognition.  I am referring, of course, to the 505th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.  Yes, yes, I’m aware of Halloween, and I am looking forward to shortly taking my kids around the neighborhood in their costumes – my daughter in particular hasContinue reading “Semper Reformanda?”

Upcoming Publications

I am pleased to announce that I have two new pieces that will be coming out in academic journals this spring. “‘A God Clothed in Our Form’: Intensifying the Iconoclasm of William Ellery Channing,” which was originally written for the 2019 Convocation of Unitarian Universalist Studies in Baltimore, MD, is going to be published inContinue reading “Upcoming Publications”