R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews). He has published over 30 essays on various topics in philosophical theology related to models of God, philosophy of time, personal identity, the problem of evil, disability theology, the Trinity, and the incarnation. He has published two books, The End of the Timeless God (Oxford University Press, 2016) and God and Emotion (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Mullins has held research and teaching fellowships at the University of Notre Dame, the University of Cambridge, the University of St Andrews, and the University of Edinburgh. When not engaging in philosophical theology, he is often found at a metal show.
Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities, University of Edinburgh 2020
University of St Andrews 2017-2020
Lecturer—Northfield Mount Hermon 2016
University of Cambridge 2014-2015
Center for Philosophy of Religion, University of Notre Dame 2013-2014
Ph.D. Philosophical Theology—University of St Andrews 2013
M.A. Philosophy—Trinity International University 2010
B.S. Humanities—Point University 2007
From Divine Timemaker to Divine Watchmaker (In Progress).
Divine Passibility: A New Defense (In Progress) with Jordan Wessling and John Peckham.
God and Emotion (Cambridge University Press, 2020).
The End of the Timeless God (Oxford University Press, 2016).
The Society for the Philosophy of Time
The British Society for the Philosophy of Religion
The American Academy of Religion
In 2016, T. Ryan Byerly (University of Sheffield) and I were Co-PIs on a grant from the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion to host a workshop and engage in research on special divine action. In 2017 Joanna Leidenhag (University of St Andrews) and I collaborated on a research project on philosophical/theological anthropology. In 2017 I finished a collaborative writing project with R. Keith Loftin (Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) on God and personal identity over time. Currently, I am co-editing a special addition of the journal TheoLogica with David Anzalone and Ben Page. This special issue will focus on theological explorations on the philosophy of space and time. Starting soon, John Peckham and I will become the co-editors of a new book series on the doctrine of God with Cascade Publishing (the academic imprint of Wipf & Stock). This new book series will explore non-traditional and underdeveloped models of God, and will provide opportunities for new debates in philosophy of religion and theology.
In addition to this, the Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics at Edinburgh will be co-hosting a workshop with me on time and philosophy. This workshop will be co-organized with Dr. Joan Simon, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh, and Dr. Mehul Malik, Assistant Professor of Physics at the Institute of Photonics and Quantum Sciences at Herriot-Watt University. This workshop also gains support from the Society for the Philosophy of Time, and the Edinburgh Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities.