| Assistant Professor of Philosophy |
University of Saint Joseph, Macau
Tyler Dalton McNabb
Photo & Video Credit: Cameron Bertuzzi
I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Saint Joseph, Macau. Previously, I have also held an Assistant Professor Position at Houston Baptist University and a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Macau.
My PhD thesis committee consisted of Jim Beilby and Michael Brady. Victoria Harrison (primary supervisor), Martin Smith, and Adam Rieger were the supervisors for my project.
My areas of specialty are in philosophy of religion, epistemology, comparative philosophy, and analytic theology.
I also have interests in Thomism, ethics and political philosophy.
You may contact me at TylerDaltonMcNabb@Gmail.com
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'From Knowledge to God,' Haifa Conference on Philosophy of Religion
“Wiley Coyote and the Craiggy Rocks Below: The Perils of Godless
Ethics,” Symposium on Erik Wielenberg’s Robust Ethics, American Academy of Religion, Boston.
November , 2017
“What if God was one of us?:
Thisness a recommendation for thinking
about God,” Evangelical Philosophical Society, Providence.
“Divine Methodology: A Lawful Deflection of Kantian and Kantian-esque
Defeaters,” (co-written with Erik Baldwin) Evangelical Philosophical Society Southwest,
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
“Super Mario Strikes Back: A Molinist Reply to Welty’s Gunslingers,”
Pantologia Colloquia, Houston Baptist University.
“Warranted Religion and Theistic Personalism,” Evangelical Philosophical
“An Epistemic Defeater for Islamic Belief” (co-written with Erik Baldwin) Glasgow
Philosophy of Religion Seminar, University of Glasgow.
“Is the Problem of Divine Hiddenness a Problem for the Reformed
Epistemologist?,” (co-written with Tyler Taber) British Society for Philosophy of Religion, Oxford
“Warranted Religion and Natural Theology,” (co-written with Owen Anderson)
American Philosophical Association Pacific, Vancouver.
“Defending and Reformulating Alvin Plantinga’s Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism,” Tyndale Fellowship Seminar, Cambridge University.
“Warranted Religion: Answering Objections to Alvin Plantinga’s Epistemology,”
Glasgow Philosophy of Religion Seminar, University of Glasgow.