Instead of feeding the social media behemoths like LinkedIn or, I have decided to host pre-publication versions of my theological writing here. Needless to say, if you need to cite these documents, make sure to access the final published versions, which might be quite different. I have just linked to sources when the work can’t be freely shared.

If, for some bizarre reason, you’d like to see my CV, you can contact me using the link up above.


PhD. Theological Ethics – Aberdeen University, 2017

B.Th. Theology – St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, 2012

MA. Sociology (Culture, Religion and Society) – NUI Maynooth, 2009

B.Sc. Computer Science and Software Engineering – NUI Maynooth, 2003

Edited Books

Beginnings: Interrogating Stanley Hauerwas, with Brian Brock and Stanley Hauerwas, Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2017.

Book Chapters

“A Very Serious Game” in Gods, Games and Globalization edited by Rachel Alpert and Arthur Remilliard, Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 2018. (Forthcoming)

“Housing and Marriage in Ireland” in Marriage and Irish: A Miscellany edited by Salvador Ryan, Dublin: Wordwell Books, 2018. (Forthcoming)

“Rutherford Waddell” in Treasures of Irish Christianity Volume III edited by Salvador Ryan, Dublin: Veritas, 2015.

“What Ireland Needs is More Sectarian Fundamentalists?” in Studying Faith: Practising Peace, edited by Pádraig Ó’Tuama,  Dublin: Irish Peace Centres, 2010.


Published Papers

“Calling for a Time-Out: The Theology of Disability Sport and the Broader Understanding of Competition”, Journal of Disability & Religion Volume 21. Issue 2 (2017): 201-214.

“Booms, Crashes and Apocalypses: The Irish Churches and the Irish Economy”. Doctrine & Life Volume 6. Issue 9 (2016): 8-25.

“Ireland, Rent, and the Theologies of Real Estate”. De Ethica Volume 2. Issue 3 (2015): 23-38.

Contribution to “Symposium on ‘Self, World, and Time’”. Scottish Journal of Evangelical Theology Volume 33. Issue 1 (2015): 58-108.

“What Karl Marx Can Teach Us About Human Rights”. The Other Journal Volume 22 (2013): 110-116.


Book Reviews

Religious Resistance to Neoliberalism by Keri Day Studies in Christian Ethics, 2018.

A Theology of Race and Place by Andrew Draper, Irish Theological Quarterly, 2018.

The Origins of Neoliberalism by Dotan Leshem, Political Theology, 2017.

Becoming Friends of Time by John Swinton, Journal of Disability and Religion, 2017.

Christian Wisdom Meets Modernity edited by Kenneth Oakes, The Expository Times, 2016

Plundering Egypt by G.P. Wagenfuhr, Irish Theological Quarterly, 2016.

At the Altar of Wall Street by Scott W. Gustafson, Studies in Christian Ethics, 2016.

Catholic Economics by Angus Sibley, Irish Theological Quarterly, 2016.

Sports, Religion and Disability edited by Watson and Parker, Journal of Disability and Religion, 2016.

Jesus and Money by Ben Witherington III, Irish Theological Quarterly, 2015.

The Games People Play by Robert Ellis, Theology, 2015.

Christianity Without God by Daniel C. Maguire, The Furrow, 2014.


PhD Thesis

Can a Celtic Tiger Fit Through the Eye of a Needle, Aberdeen University, 2017.