My primary work in philosophy of religion is on the topic of faith: what it is, and when and why it is rational.  Click here for a more detailed description.

Other work in philosophy of religion touches on the problem of evil.  Specifically, in 'Learning not to be Naïve: A comment on the exchange between Perrine/Wykstra and Draper', I help adjudicate a debate about whether postulating "skeptical theism" undermines the claim that evil is evidence for atheism.  Surprisingly, this debate ultimately rests on which updating procedure fits both the evidence and how we ought to take that evidence into account.