Dale Tuggy is a philosopher who specializes in Analytic Theology, Philosophical Theology, Philosophy of Religion, and Early Modern Philosophy. He has taught in the Department of Philosophy at The State University of New York at Fredonia since 2000, when he earned his PhD from Brown University.
Here's his complete curriculum vitae and his Google Scholar profile.
Dale blogs and produces a weekly audio podcast at trinities. Sometimes he plays at photography.
Here is Dale's YouTube channel: khanpadawan. He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter..
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Selected Publications (For other publications see the c.v.
"Theories of Religious Diversity," Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2015.
"Divine Deception and Monotheism," Journal of Analytic Theology 2, 186-209, 2014.
“Who Should Christians Worship?” Journal of Biblical Unitarianism 1:1, 5-33, 2014.
"On the Possibility of a Single Perfect Person" in Christian Philosophy of Religion, ed. Colin Ruloff (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press), 2014, 128-48.
"On Bauckham's Bargain," Theology Today 70:2, 128-43, 2013.
"Hasker's Quests for a Viable Social Theory," Faith and Philosophy 30:2, 171-87, 2013.
Constitution Trinitarianism: An Appraisal," Philosophy & Theology 25:1, 129-62, 2013.
"Divine deception and monotheism: a reply to Hasker," Religious Studies 47, 109-15, 2011.
"On Positive Mysterianism," International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 69:3 205-26, 2011.
"Trinity" in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2009 [Revised: 2013].
"Three Roads to Open Theism," Faith and Philosophy 24:1, 28-51, 2007.
"Necessity, Control, and the Divine Command Theory," Sophia 44:1, 2005.
"Divine deception, identity, and Social Trinitarianism," Religious Studies 40: 269-87, 2004.
"Reid's Philosophy of Religion" in The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Reid, eds. Terence Cuneo and Rene van Woudenberg, (Cambridge University Press, 2003).
"The unfinished business of Trinitarian theorizing," Religious Studies 39:165-83, 2003.