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“Pittsburgh Baseball: The Stuff of Heroes.” Geneva Review (September,2005).
“Augustine’s Public Philosophy.” Evangelical Theological Society, 2006.
“Foreword” in Rev. Joseph Hill, John Calvin on Suffering: Understanding the Love of God. (Webster, NY: The Evangelical Press, 2005).
“Gnothi Seauton and the Limiting Effects of Noetic Sin: An Augustinian View.” Evangelical Theological Society, November, 2005.
“Prophetic Consciousness in an Age of Affluence.” The Walter Vail Watson Lectures on Reformed Theology, Lancaster, NY, October, 2005.
“Inhabiting the Void: Smith’s Assessment of Radical Orthodoxy,” Geneva College colloquium on James Smith’s Introducing Radical Orthodoxy, March, 2006.
“Considering the Tie that Binds: The Scottish Presbyterian and Neocalvinism Divide.” Paper prepared for the Trustees of Geneva College, April, 2006.
“The State of Just War Theory.” Beverly Heights Presbyterian Church, May, 2005.
“Are We Intellectually Obligated to Believe Morally.” Faculty paper given at Geneva College, January 1997.
“Wisdom Revisited.” Paper given at the Breakfast Seminar for Theological Reflection, Canisius College, Buffalo, Spring, 1995.
“ The Limitations of Belief Formation.” Philosophy Colloquium, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY, fall, 1993.
“Traditions of Memory.” Commencement address, Consortium of the Niagara Frontier, Fall, 1989.
“Intellectual Passion: The Focus of the Educated Person.” Commencement address, Consortium of the Niagara Frontier, Wyoming Correctional Facility, Spring, 1989.
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I continue to have the opportunity to preach several Sundays each month. I served in a variety of pastoral positions from 1980-2004 and still find preaching as a great love. I returned to my home town of Beaver Falls in 1995 to pastor and long to see her renewed: spiritually, economically and socially. I believe Geneva, and those associated with it, have a significant role to play in the revitalization of the local community and Western PA.
I enjoy spending as much time as possible with my two grandchildren, Chase and Cadence. I have been blessed with a wonderful wife (Marina), four amazing children (Megan, Abby, Tim and Daniel) and two fine sons-in law (Brent and Craig). I love musicals, jazz and big band music. I am awed at the beautiful, wonder-filled at the good and true, and delighted by the excellence of my colleagues.
In the past four years, on average, 90% of Geneva students are working or in grad school within six months after graduation.