A couple weeks ago I was offered a one-year postdoc position at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for the Philosophy of Religion. It’s a great opportunity that my wife and I are both excited about. While there, I’ll be working on a book project. Tentatively entitled “The Openness of the Future and the Openness of God”, it’s going to be a philosophical defense of open theism. Basically, I’m aiming to do for open theism what Tom Flint, the director of the Center, has done for Molinism, one of open theism’s main competitors in the intellectual marketplace of philosophical theology.