My CV in pdf


Teaching, Publications, Presentations, Assistantships, and Service:

Teaching

Death and Dying, McLennan Community College (Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Fall 2013)
Ethics, Baylor University (Fall 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2014)
Business Ethics, Baylor University (Spring 2016)
Introduction to Philosophy, McLennan Community College (Spring 2013, Fall 2012)
Logic, Baylor University (Spring 2014, Fall 2013)
Personal Identity and Human Nature, Baylor University (Fall 2015)

Publications

"Splitting the Horns of Euthyphro's Modal Relative", Faith and Philosophy 30:2, 205-212 (April 2013)
"Religious Epistemology", Philosophy Compass (2015)
"Defusing the Common Sense Problem of Evil", Faith and Philosophy (2015)
"Comments on On Reflection" by Hilary Kornblith, Journal of Moral Philosophy (2015)

Presentations

"Taking a New Perspective on the Problem of Evil"
American Catholic Philosophical Association (November 2016)
"Knowledge Is Not Contrastive"
Eastern APA (January 2016)
"Permissive Evidentialism"
Alabama Philosophical Society (October 2015)
"Believing By Faith"
American Catholic Philosophical Association (October 2015)
"Taking a New Perspective on the Problem of Evil"
Central Society of Christian Philosophers Meeting (March 2015)
"Epistemic Possibility and Its Abominable Conjunction"
Central APA (February 2015)
"The Socratic Solution to the Meno Problem"
Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (October 2014)
"Absolute Identity and the Trinity"
American Catholic Philosophical Society (October 2014)
"The Flexibility of Epistemic Modals: Creating, Not Solving, Problems for Fallibilists"
Central APA (February 2014)
"Absolute Identity and the Trinity"
Society of Christian Philosophers Eastern Division Meeting (October 2013)
"A New Interpretation of the Republic"
Society of Ancient Greek Philosophy (October 2013)
"A New Look at Reid's Answer to the Skeptic"
North Texas Philosophical Association (April 2013)
"Separation and the Capacity for Independent Existence"
North Carolina Philosophical Society (February 2013)
North Texas Philosophical Association (April 2011)
"What's so Bad about a Disjunctive Definition?"
Society of Ancient Greek Philosophy (October 2012)
"All of Spinoza's Properties are Intensional"
North Texas Philosophical Association (April 2012)
"An Obvious Account of Epistemic Possibility"
Pacific APA (April 2012)
"Skepticism, Easy Knowledge, and Skeptical Theists' Defenses"
Evangelical Philosophical Society Midwest (March 2012)
"Grounding Moral Obligations in Divine Command Theory"
Society of Christian Philosophers Central Division Meeting (March 2012)
"Fictional Exemplars"
Joint Meeting of the North Carolina Philosophical Society / South Carolina Society for Philosophy (February 2012)
*Won the Best Graduate Student Paper prize
"Splitting the Horns of Euthyphro's Modal Relative: A Reply to Leftow"
Society of Christian Philosophers Mountain-Pacific Meeting (March 2011)
"Does Adding Agent Causation Solve All the Compatibilist's Problems? A Reply to Markosian"
North Carolina Philosophical Society (February 2011)
"A Problem for Numerical Sameness Without Identity"
Society of Christian Philosophers Eastern Regional Meeting (March 2010)
"A Problem for Numerical Sameness Without Identity"
Joint Meeting of the North Carolina Philosophical Society / South Carolina Society for Philosophy (February 2010)

Comments

On Sam Leben's ``Interpreting Religious Beliefs: On the Relation between Naive Theology and Faith"
The Nature and Value of Faith Conference (November 2014)
On Georgi Gardiner's ``Teleologies and the Methodology of Epistemology"
Pacific APA (April 2014)
On Philip Swenson's "Ability, Foreknowledge, and Explanatory Dependence"
Mountain-Pacific Society of Christian Philosophers Meeting (March 2013)
On Joseph Stenberg's "The Case of P and P&P"
Central APA (February 2013)
On Bradley Rettler's "How to Think about Grounding"
7th Annual Baylor Philosophy of Religion Conference (January 2012)
On Linda Zagzebski's "Epistemic Trust in Others" (Wilde Lecture and chapter 3 of her Epistemic Authority: A Theory of Trust, Authority, and Autonomy in Belief)
The Zagzebski Symposium: Epistemic Authority: A Theory of Trust, Authority, and Autonomy in Belief (November 2011)

Research Assistantships

Charity Anderson (Spring 2015)
Jonathan Kvanvig (Fall 2011, Spring 2012)
Trent Dougherty (Fall 2012, Spring 2011)
Hector Avalos (Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004)

Teaching Assistantships

Robert Kruschwitz (Spring 2013)
Stuart Rosenbaum (Fall 2010)

Service

Assistant Editor, PhilPapers, Epistemology (2013)
Organizer of the Baylor-Georgetown-Notre Dame Philosophy of Religion Conference, Nov. 2012
Organizer of the 7th Annual Baylor Philosophy of Religion Conference, Jan. 2012
Referee: Synthese (2014)
Referee: Erkenntnis (2013)
Referee: American Philosophical Quarterly (2013)
Referee: Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2012)
Referee: Canadian Philosophical Association (2015)