Published Work

2021

Article Publication: Scientific Uniformity or "Natural" Divine Action: Shifting The Boundaries of Law in the Nineteenth Century

This article is part of a special issue for the Zygon journal featuring six other scholars. In this special issue we aim to address a gap in the scholarly literature, namely the rise of German criticism and its relation to the sciences. My own article focuses on a group that I call the 'Neo-Newtonians' who responded to the problem of miracles amidst the rise of German Biblical criticism.
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/zygo.12678

2021

Article Publication: ' A Victorian hope for aerial navigation: Argyll as a theorist of flight and the first president of the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain.

This paper is on the establishment of the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (1866), with a focus on the first president, the 8th Duke of Argyll, and his ornithological work to uncover the connection between bird flight and aerial navigation.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0160932721000089

April 2020

Review of Matthew Stanley's Huxley's Church and Maxwell's Demon: From Theistic Science to Naturalistic Science

I reviewed this book for the April issue of the Science and Christian Belief Journal:

March 2020

INSBS article - Uniformity, biblical criticism, and supernatural activity in the 19th century

I wrote this short piece on the history of miracles for the International Network studying Science and Belief in Society. 
https://scienceandbeliefinsociety.org/2020/03/24/uniformity-biblical-criticism-and-supernatural-activity-in-the-19th-century/

January 2019

CiS Article - Transhumanism and the Christian

In this article I explore the history of transhumanism and contrast its philosophies with Christian understandings of human meaning and enhancement:

November 2019

Review of B. Billingsley and M. Nassaji, Exploring Secondary School Students' Stances on the Predictive and Explanatory Power of Science. (Science & Education)

This is a review that I wrote on research in secondary school science and religious education undertaken by Professor B. Billingsley and M. Nassaji in 2019:

2018

Winner of Christians in Science Student Essay Competition

I was the winner of the 2018 CiS student Essay competition, where the prize was £500 plus my essay published. The topic was, Which historical aspect of the relationship [between science and religion] do you think as been the most significant?: