My latest column for is the first part of an essay on the nature of the Gods: The Nature of the Gods (I): The Problem and Purpose of Reduction


My latest column for is “Mythological Hermeneutics: Pandora,” a theological exegesis of Pandora’s myth.


I was fortunate to have the opportunity to present two papers at this year’s SAGP/SSIPS Conference at Fordham University. This paper was given at the panel on “Ancient Greek Philosophy: The Indian Heritage,” chaired by Vishwa Adluri.

Bhakti and Henadology

I was honored to be invited by Eric Perl to present a paper for his panel, “Athenian Neoplatonism”, at the 33rd annual meeting of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP) and the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS) at Fordham University in New York City. The paper I gave, “Ineffability and Totality in Damascius”, may be considered the sequel to “Ineffability and Unity in Damascius”, given at the Eastern Division American Philosophical Association meeting, 12/28/14.

Ineffability and Unity in Damascius

Ineffability and Totality in Damascius

My latest column for is “Polytheism and Metaphysics (IV): Divine Action”.


“The Wrath of Sekhmet”

October 18, 2015


Daughter of the Sun: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Sekhmet, ed. Tina Georgitsis (Asheville, NC: Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 2015) contains an essay of mine, “The Wrath of Sekhmet” (pp. 276-316).

My latest column for is The Passion of the Kore.

Past columns can be accessed from here:

I wrote the prayer that appears on the back of this card.

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From the Roaring Deep: A Devotional in Honor of Poseidon and the Spirits of the Sea, ed. Rebecca Buchanan (Asheville, NC: Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 2015) contains an essay of mine, “Sea of Dissimilitude: Poseidon and Platonism” (pp. 213-235).

My latest column is up at

Principles of Mythological Hermeneutics (I)

And as usual, you can access all of my previous columns from this page:

My thanks, as always, to the extraordinary editor at, Theanos Thrax, the Anomalous Thracian, who I might add also has a superb essay in the latest issue of Walking the Worlds, entitled “Religions of Relation: Place, Hospitality, and Regional Cultus in Modern Polytheist Religion and Practice” (Walking the Worlds Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer 2015, pp. 62-85).