I am an associate lecturer of philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary, Indonesia. My research is in ancient philosophy, normative ethics, and philosophy of religion.
University of Arizona
Texas A&M University
STT Reformed Indonesia
Taught various philosophy courses and advised students' thesis.
Wrote two papers and translated one book from English into Indonesian.
CUPS OF COFFEE
"Senseless Pain in the Phenomenology of Religious Experience" in Religious Experience and Description, ed. Olga Louchakova-Schwarts (Dordrecht: Springer, forthcoming)
"The Shepherd, The Beekeeper, and The Vintner: Three Biblical Metaphors for God and Randomness" (forthcoming) (A Templeton Project)
"Creatio Continua and Quantum Randomness" (with Shoaib Ahmed Malik) (forthcoming) (A Templeton Project)
"The Relevance of the Three Forms of Unity for Indonesian Churches," Jurnal Teologi Reformed Indonesia (March 2020)
"Reformatio Morum: Life Reform Beyond St. Benedict and John Calvin" in Membarui Selalu: Pergulatan Identitas, Dinamika, dan Komitmen Teologi Reformed Injili (Jakarta: Schola Reformata, 2016)
Church Unity as Political Unity (The Orthodox Theological Society in America, 7-9 November 2019)
Senseless Pain in the Phenomenology of Religious Experience (Society for the Phenomenology of Religious Experience Regional Conference, 10-12 October 2019)
Xenophanes Against Anthropomorphism (23rd World Congress of Philosophy in Athens, Greece, 2013)
Motion and the Unmoved Mover in Aristotle's Metaphysics Λ (6th International Conference on Greek Research at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, 2006)
Reformed Theological Seminary, Indonesia
Jl. Kemang Utara IX no. 10
Jakarta Selatan 12760