My omnibus review of two novels and one essay collection that take up questions and themes related to teenage spiritual experience.
A review of Edward Baring's _Converts to the Real_, a new history of phenomenology that emphasizes the role of a network of Catholic intellectuals and philosophers in spreading the movement internationally in the first decades of the 20th century. (Paywalled)
My review essay for the Weekly Standard takes up the long historical roots and continuing relevance of the disgraced preacher's story.
A review of Paul Schrader's film 'First Reformed.'
A reported article for my alma mater's alumni magazine about the work some Wheaton scholars are doing in response to growing political polarization and anger.
Honouring Frankenstein's 200th anniversary: U of T scholars hold week-long celebration | U of T News
More than two centuries ago, inspired by a frightening daydream, Mary Shelley wrote a novel called 'Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.' I reported on an interdisciplinary, week-long celebration of the book's bicentennial at the University of Toronto, which two of my colleagues at St. Michael's College helped to co-organize, for U of T News.
A short reported essay on a chair lost to history.
A review essay covering two recent essay collections by the Orthodox philosopher-theologian David Bentley Hart.
My cover story for the November '17 issue of Christianity Today is a report on the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC.
My cover story for the May '16 issue of Christianity Today is a reported dispatch from Bethel Church in Redding, CA.