My work is mostly focused on the relation between faith and contemporary culture—whether in science, art, or social issues. During the past ten years, I have worked on transhumanism, as well as pursued my interest in Tolkien studies. Recently I started doing more work on public theology and theological aesthetics.


Other Publications

Croire, expliquer, vivre : introduction à l’apologétique (Charols et Aix-en-Provence: XL6 et Kerygma, 2014.)

“From Myth to History and Back Again: Inklings Arthuriana in Historical Contexte,” in The Inklings & King Arthur. J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis, & Owen Barfield on the Matter of Britain, ed. Sørina Higgins (Berkeley: Apocryphile Press, 2017),

“Natural Law and Imagination,” in Research Handbook on Natural Law Theory, eds. jonathan Crowe and constance Youngwon Lee (Chentenham: Edward Elgar, 2019), 2178-295.


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