About

I’m a student in Brown University’s PhD program in Religion and Critical Thought, which means I study religion and philosophy/politics. I got my MPhil in Christian Theology at the University of Cambridge under the generous auspices of the Marshall Scholarship and the Cambridge Trusts Scholarship.

Prior to all that, I was born and raised near Fort Worth, Texas.

In my spare time, I cook, work in my garden, and generally fail to be as crafty, homemade and/or Pinterestish as I’d like to be…but I’m getting there. I have one cat, a blue-point siamese named Baby.

I write as often as possible, as well as I can. Sometimes that means less frequency and lower quality than I would prefer. But I do my best, and I love what I do.
My hope is to bring a Christian leftist perspective to public discourse that is sensitive to the shape of modern American politics while remaining faithful to Christian doctrine.

Thank you for reading my blog, and any of my other work you may have looked at. I sincerely appreciate your time! And I hope you’ve found something of value to you.