I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Bethel University in Saint Paul, MN. I recieved my PhD in philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley working under the supervision of Lara Buchak and Jay Wallace. 

Disagreement is a central topic of my research. In my dissertation, I argue that when faced with a moral peer disagreement, belief revision is required of you only in cases in which your higher-order reasons for taking your dissenter to be your peer are equally compelling to your first-order reasons for thinking your dissenter made a mistake.

I also do research in philosophy of religion. My research is historically informed by patristic and scholastic thought. Recently, I have been focusing on the classical attributes of God and God’s relationship with us.