Publications and Presentations

An edited volume provisionally entitled The Morally Exceptional: New Perspectives from Psychology, Philosophy, and Theology will be published with papers by all the PIs of the funded projects, and would be aimed at those interested in the academic study of the morally exceptional. These papers will be added here as they are published.

Publications:

1. Fleeson, W. (2015). “The Beacon Project: Jumpstarting a field of the morally exceptional.” In M. Parish (Ed.), Self, Motivation, & Virtue Project News, 2015.
2. Fleeson, W., & Hamza, A. (2017). “A behavior-based selection method to assess individual differences in personality and to identify the exceptional.” European Journal of Personality, 31, 453-454.
3. Fleeson, W., & Jayawickreme, E. (2017). “Challenging Doris’ attack on aggregation: Why we are not left “completely in the dark” about global virtues.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 20, 519-536.
4. Hartley, A. G. & Furr, R. M. (2017). “A profile-based framework for factorial similarity and the congruence coefficient.” Journal of Personality Assessment, 99, 653–663.
5. Knobel, A. (January 2017). Book Review of Jonathan Sanford’s Before Virtue: Assessing Contemporary Virtue Ethics, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly.
6. Knobel, Angela. (forthcoming 2020). “Insoluble Questions?” The Oxford Handbook of the Reception of Aquinas, ed. Matthew Levering and Marcus Plested (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020).
7. Miller, C. (2017). The Character Gap: How Good Are We? New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. 296 pages. Chinese edition forthcoming in 2019.
8. Miller, C. (2016). “Honesty Revisited: More Conceptual and Empirical Reflections,” in Moral Psychology, Volume V: Virtue and Character. Ed. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Christian B. Miller. Cambridge: MIT Press.
9. Miller, C. (2016). “In Defense of a Supernatural Foundation to Morality: Reply to Shermer,” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences: 91-96.
10. Miller, C. (2016). “Morality is Real, Objective, and Supernatural,” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences: 74-82.
11. Miller, C. (2016). “On Kristjánsson on Aristotelian Character Education.” Journal of Moral Education 45: 490-501.
12. Miller, C. (2016). “On Shermer on Morality,” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences: 63-68.
13. Miller, C. (2016). “The Moral Animal: Virtue, Vice, and Human Nature,” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Exchange with Heather Berlin and Michael Shermer: 39-56.
14. Miller, C. (2017). “How Contemporary Psychology Supports Central Elements of Simḥah Zissel’s Picture of Character.” Journal of Jewish Ethics 3: 120-130.
15. Miller, C. (2017). “Wong on Three Confucian Metaphors for Ethical Development.” Dao 16: 551-558.
16. Miller, C. (forthcoming 2018). “The Naturalistic Fallacy and Theological Ethics,” in The Naturalistic Fallacy. Ed. Neil Sinclair. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
17. Miller, C. (forthcoming 2018). “Virtue and Positive Psychology: Some Concerns about the VIA Classification of Character Traits.” Journal of Positive Psychology.
18. Miller, C. (forthcoming 2018). “Virtue Epistemology and Developmental Psychology,” (with Alan Wilson) in Routledge Handbook of Virtue Epistemology, Ed. Heather Battaly. Routledge.
19. Miller, C. (forthcoming 2019). “Some Complexities of Categorizing Character Traits,” in The Big Risk Behind the Explosion of Virtues. Ed. Elisa Grimi. Springer, Miller, Christian.
20. Miller, C. (2018). “Generosity: A Preliminary Account of a Surprisingly Neglected Virtue.” Metaphilosophy Special Issue on Connecting Virtues. 49: 216-245. To be reprinted in Connecting Virtues. Blackwell Publishing.
21. Pelser, A. and West, R., “Respect as an Intellectual Virtue,” in Virtue & Voice: Habits of Mind for a Return to Civil Discourse. Edited by Evan Rosa and Gregg Ten Elshof. Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University Press. Forthcoming June 2019.
22. Prentice, M., Jayawickreme, E., Hawkins, A., Hartley, A., Furr, R. M., & Fleeson, W. (in press). “Morality as a basic psychological need,” Social and Personality Psychological Science.
23. Roberts, R. & West, R. (forthcoming). “The Virtue of Honesty: A Conceptual Exploration,” in Integrity, Honesty, and Truth Seeking, edited by Christian B. Miller and Ryan West.
24. Roberts, R. C., & West, R. (in press). “Psychotherapy and Ministry” (with Robert C. Roberts), in SPCK Handbook of the Study of Ministry, ed. Martyn Percy, Emma Percy, Ian Markham, and Francesca Po. SKCK Publishers.
25. West, R. “Cultivating Virtue: A Review Essay”, (forthcoming). Journal of Moral Philosophy.
26. West, R. (2016). “Anger and the Virtues: A Critical Study in Virtue Individuation,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy 46:6 (2016): 877–97. DOI: 10.1080/00455091.2016.1199232.
27. West, R. (2017).“Jesus and the Virtues of Pride” (with Robert C. Roberts), in The Moral Psychology of Pride, ed. J. Adam Carter and Emma C. Gordon. Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 99-121.
28. West, R. (April 2018). “Virtue Ethics Is Empirically Adequate: A Defense of the CAPS Response to Situationism,” Pacific Philosophical Quarterly. Volume 99, issue S1, pp. 79–111. DOI: 10.1111/papq.12196.
29. Wilson, A. T., (2017). “A Dilemma for Neo-Aristotelian Supererogation,” in Ethics, Vol. 128, No. 1, pp. 199-211.
30. Wilson, A. T., (2017). “Avoiding the Conflation of Moral and Intellectual Virtues,” in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 20, Issue. 5, pp. 1037-1050.
31. Wilson, A. T., (2017). “On Virtue by Heather Battaly,” in Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 67, Issue 269, pp. 869-871.
32. Wilson, A. T., (2018). “Honesty as a Virtue,” in a special issue of Metaphilosophy, Vol. 49, No. 3, pp. 262-280.

Presentations:

1. Clifton, M., Moore, C., Hawkins, A., Prentice, M. (April 2017.) “Do Self-Identified Moral Exemplars Differ from Others Along Dimensions of Basic Character Traits?” Poster presented at the Carolina Research in Social and Personality Psychology Conference, Durham, NC.
2. Collier, L., Furr, R. M., Hawkins, A., & Fleeson, W. (March 2018.) “Introducing the Differentiated Moral Relativism Inventory (DMRI).” Poster presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.
3. Collier, L.A., Furr, R.M., Barranti, M., Helzer, E. G., & Fleeson, W. (June 2017.) “Does acquaintanceship assist in judging moral character?” Poster presented at the 5th Biannual Convention of the Association for Research in Personality Psychology (ARP), Sacramento, CA.
4. Collier, L.A., Furr, R.M., Barranti, M., Helzer, E.G., & Fleeson, W. (August 2017.) “Are women or men better judges of moral character?” Poster presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Washington, DC.
5. Fleeson, W. (January 2015.) “ESM – Easy, Sensitive, Manageable.” Presentation in the Lifespan Developmental Preconference, San Diego, CA.
6. Fleeson, W., Jayawickreme, E., Blackie, L., Helzer, E. (October 2015.) “Ethical grounding, life guidance, and identity through paragon emulation.” Presentation at the Meetings of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Winston Salem, NC.
7. Hamza, A. (April 2016.) “Do the morally exceptional show less hypocrisy than others?” Poster presented at WFU First Year Graduate Student Poster Session, Wake Forest University.
8. Hamza, A., Hawkins, A., Fleeson, W. (January 2017.) “Moral Hypocrisy: A fresh perspective.” Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX
9. Hamza, A., Hawkins, A., Fleeson, W. (June 2017.) “Moral Hypocrisy: A fresh perspective.” Poster presented at the Association for Research in Personality, Sacramento, CA.
10. Hamza, A., Hawkins, A., Fleeson, W. (November 2016.) “Moral Hypocrisy: A fresh perspective.” Poster presented at the Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists, Asheville, NC
11. Hartley, A. G., & Barranti, M. (January 2016.) “Understanding the Power of Moral Perception: Advancing Research on the Social Cognition of Morality” at the 17th annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Diego, CA.
12. Hartley, A.G., & Furr, R.M. (2016.) “Exploring and evaluating the congruency coefficient as a measure of factor similarity.” Presentation at Society for Personality Assessment 2016 Conference, Chicago, IL.
13. Hartley, A.G., Furr, R.M., Velaquez, K., Helzer, E., Fleeson, W., Jayawickreme, E. (January 2016.) “Morality’s centrality in interpersonal evaluation.” Talk presented as part of the symposium, Understanding the Power of Moral Perception: Advancing Research on the Social Cognition of Morality at the 17th annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Diego, CA.
14. Hawkins, A., Hartley A. G., Furr, R.M, & Fleeson, W. (November 2016.) “What makes us think Charlie is such a good man? Examining factors that shape perceptions of morality.” Presentation at the Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists, Asheville, NC.
15. Keller, C., Deelen, E., Prentice, M., Hawkins, A. (April 2017.) “How do others perceive their moral exemplars in terms of basic character traits?” Poster presented at The Carolina Research in Social and Personality Psychology Conference, Durham, NC.
16. Knobel, A. (December 2016.) “Scrooge and Sudden Moral Change,” Virtue, Happiness and the Meaning of Life Workshop, Columbia South Carolina.
17. Knobel, A. (February 2017.) “Goodness Without God?” Lecture at Baylor Thomistic Institute.
18. Knobel, A. (February 2017.) “Pagan Virtue.” Seminar at Baylor Philosophy and Religion Department.
19. Knobel, A. (June 2017.) “The Structural Significance of Pagan Virtue,” Virtue, Happiness and the Meaning of Life workshop, Chicago, IL.
20. Knobel, A. (June 2018.) “Making Room for the Divine” Invited lecture, St. Anselm’s College.
21. Knobel, A. (March 2017.) “Aquinas and the Problem of Pagan Virtue.” Discussion with Yale Thomistic Institute.
22. Knobel, A. (October 2016.) “A Confusing Comparison.” Invited paper, Thomas Institute, University of Utrecht, 5th International Conference, The Virtuous Life.
23. Knobel, A. (October 2016.) “Cultivating a Truthful Soul: The Pursuit of Virtue as the Pursuit of Truth.” Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC.
24. Knobel, A. (October 2017.) Invited Lecture: “An Ethic of Transcendence?” Virtue, Happiness and Meaning of Life Capstone Conference, University of Chicago.
25. Luke, D. & Fleeson, W. (April 2017.) “The Influence of Moral Paragons on Moral Judgment.” Poster presented at the First Year Colloquium, Winston-Salem, NC.
26. Luke, D. & Fleeson, W. (April 2017.) “Moral Paragons.” Poster presented at WFU First Year Graduate Student Poster Session, Wake Forest University.
27. Luke, D. (April, 2017.) “The Influence of Moral Paragons on Moral Judgment.” Poster presented at 2017-2017 Colloquium Series, First Year Presentations at Wake Forest University Psychology Department.
28. Luke, D., & Fleeson, W. (November 2017.) “The influence of moral paragons on moral judgment.” Poster presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists (SSSP), Atlantic Beach, FL.
29. Luke, D., Prentice, M., Fleeson, W., & Furr, R. M. (June 2017.) “Lay perceptions of the morally exceptional.” Poster presented at the 2017 Biennial Meeting of the Association for Research in Personality, Sacramento, CA.
30. Luke, D.M. & Fleeson, W. (March 2018.) “The influence of moral paragons on moral judgment.” Poster presented at the 19th Annual Convention of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Atlanta, GA.
31. Luke, D.M. (April 2018.) An examination of agreement and disagreement in perceptions of the morally exceptional (Master’s thesis).
32. Miller, C. (April 2016.) “Honesty.” Fordham Epistemology and Ethics Workshop.
33. Miller, C. (April 2017.) “The Neglected Virtue of Honesty: Is Anyone Honest These Days, and What Does ‘Honesty’ Even Mean?” A. C. Reid Chair Inaugural Lecture, Wake Forest University.
34. Miller, C. (April 2017.) “Virtue and Positive Psychology: Some Concerns about the VIA Classification of Character Traits,” American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting, Invited Symposium on Positive Psychology and Virtue.
35. Miller, C. (April 2018.) “Building Character at Yale: Mentoring the Next Generation of Faculty.” The Yale Roundtable on Science and Religion, Yale University.
36. Miller, C. (April 2018.) “Character: What Is It, How Good Are We, and How Can We Become Better?” Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin.
37. Miller, C. (April 2018.) “Falling Short and Becoming a Better Person: Insights from Psychology, Philosophy, and Christianity.” Veritas Forum, Wake Forest University.
38. Miller, C. (April 2018.) “The Character Gap: Where Are We, Where Do We Need to Go, and How Can We Get There?” The Dartmouth Roundtable on Science and Religion, Dartmouth College.
39. Miller, C. (December 2015.) “The Moral Animal: Virtue, Vice, and Human Nature.” Panel with Heather Berlin and Michael Sherman, The New York Academy of Science.
40. Miller, C. (February 2016.) “Honesty.” University of Notre Dame.
41. Miller, C. (February 2018.) “How Good Are We? Why Do Any Better? Insights from Science and Religion.” The UMass Roundtable on Science and Religion. University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
42. Miller, C. (February 2018.) “How Good Are We? Why Do Any Better? Insights from Science and Religion.” The Providence Roundtable on Science and Religion. Brown University.
43. Miller, C. (February 2018.) “How Good Are We? Why Do Any Better? Insights from Science and Religion.” The Cambridge Roundtable on Science and Religion. Harvard University.
44. Miller, C. (January 2017.) “Wong on Three Confucian Metaphors for Ethical Development,” American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Meeting.
45. Miller, C. (July 2017.) “The Character Gap: How Most of Us Fall Short of Being Good People, and What We Can Do to Change.” Veritas Riff, Harvard University.
46. Miller, C. (July 2018.) “The Character Gap,” Shaftesbury Society, Raleigh, North Carolina.
47. Miller, C. (March 2016.) “Comments on Parish.” American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting.
48. Miller, C. (March 2016.) “How Contemporary Psychology Supports Central Elements of Simḥah Zissel’s Picture of Character.” Panel on Geoffrey Claussen’s book, Sharing the Burden: Rabbi Simhah Zissel Ziv and the Path of Musar, Elon College.
49. Miller, C. (March 2017.) “Test of Character: Improving Our Character,” and “Test of Character: How Good (or Bad) Are We?” Jellema Lectures at Calvin College.
50. Miller, C. (March 2018.) “The Character Gap,” Wells Fargo Banking Credit Department, Winston-Salem.
51. Miller, C. (May 2017.) “Cultivating Virtue in the University: Some Ideas from Philosophy and Psychology,” Cultivating Virtue in the University Conference, Oxford University.
52. Miller, C. (November 2017.) “Generosity: A Surprisingly Neglected Virtue,” Mississippi State University.
53. Miller, C. (November 2017.) “Generosity: A Surprisingly Neglected Virtue,” University of Mississippi.
54. Miller, C. (October 2015.) “Honesty.” Vanderbilt University.
55. Miller, C. (October 2016.) “Human Character: A Bleak Outlook?” Duke University.
56. Miller, C. (October 2017.) “Cultivating Virtue in the University,” Wake Forest University Board of Trustees Inaugural Lecture.
57. Miller, C. (October 2017.) “Cultivating Virtue in the University,” Wake Forest University Parents Weekend Lecture.
58. Miller, C. (September 2015.) “Honesty.” Coastal Carolina University.
59. Miller, C. (September 2015.) “Test of Character: How Good (or Bad) Are We?” Public Lecture, Coastal Carolina University.
60. Miller, C. (September 2016.) “Test of Character: How Good (or Bad) Are We?” Student Lecture, Coastal Carolina University.
61. Miller, C. (September 2016.) “Honesty: What Is It? And Are Most People Honest?” Public Lecture, Coastal Carolina University.
62. Miller, C. (September 2017.) “Generosity: A Surprisingly Neglected Virtue,” Coastal Carolina University.
63. Miller, C. (September 2017.) Conference Organized with Ryan West and Nancy Snow: “Integrity, Honesty, and Truth Seeking.” At The Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing at the University of Oklahoma. http://www.ou.edu/flourish/events/2017/integrity-honesty-truth-seeking-conference.html
64. Prentice, M. (June 2017.) “Morality as a Basic Psychological Need.” Data Blitz presentation at Association for Research in Personality Conference Sacramento, CA.
65. Prentice, M., Hawkins, A., Hartley, A., Fleeson, W., & Furr, R. M. (March 2018.) “Is Doing the Right Thing Good Enough?: Examining Factors that Impact Peoples’ Judgments of Supposedly Moral Actions.” Poster presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.
66. Roberts, R. and West, R. (Sept. 2017). “The Virtue of Honesty: A Conceptual Exploration.” “Integrity, Honesty, and Truth Seeking” Conference, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing at the University of Oklahoma.
67. Velasquez, K. R., Fleeson, W., Furr, R. M., & Hartley, A. (2016.) “Malicious or Careless?: Inattention as a Possible Source of Immoral Action.” Poster presented at the annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Diego, CA, January.
68. West, R. (January 2016.) “Willpower and the Cultivation of Virtue.” Jubilee Centre Annual Conference, “Cultivating Virtues: Interdisciplinary Approaches,” Oriel College, Oxford University.
69. West, R. (Nov 2017). “Remedial Virtues and the Task of Becoming Good.” American Catholic Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, “Philosophy, Faith, and Modernity.” Dallas, TX.
70. West, R. (October 2015.) “Cultivating Intellectual Humility (and Pride) in the Classroom.” Kuyers Institute Conference, “Faith and Teaching: Virtue, Practice, Imagination,” Calvin College.
71. Wilson, A. T. (2016.) “Avoiding the Conflation of Moral and Intellectual Virtue.” Aretai Centre Annual Conference, University of Genoa, Italy.
72. Wilson, A. T. (October 2017.) “The Corruption of Intellectual Virtue”, Departmental Research Seminar, University of Bristol, UK.
73. Wilson, A. T. (September 2017.) “Admiration and the Development of Moral Virtue”, The Moral Psychology of Admiration Conference, Ludwig-Maximillians Universitat (LMU), Munich, Germany.
74. Wilson, A. T. (September 2017.) “The Development and Corruption of Intellectual Honesty”, Epistemic Vice and Corruption Workshop, University of Nottingham, UK.
75. Wilson, A. T., (February 2017.) “Unity of the Intellectual Virtues”, at the Virtue Epistemology Conference, University of Oklahoma.
76. Wilson, A.T., (May 2017.) “Unity of the Intellectual Virtues”, Visiting Senior Seminar, University of Glasgow, UK.

Contributions to popular media:

1. Miller, C. TBD, Piece for Nautilus
2. Miller, C. “Why the Church Needs to Refocus on the Concept of Character.” Relevant Magazine. June 2018. https://relevantmagazine.com/culture/why-the-church-needs-to-refocus-on-the-concept-of-character/
3. Miller, C.“How Can We Become Better Humans?” Greater Good Magazine. May 2018.
https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_can_we_become_better_humans
4. Miller, Christian. “True generosity involves more than just giving.” Aeon. May 2018. https://aeon.co/ideas/true-generosity-involves-more-than-just-giving. Reprinted in Quartz as “Are You Generous? The Three Requirements of True Generosity.”
5. Miller, Christian. “From Monogamy to Politics, the Concept of Honesty is More Complex than You Think.” Prospect Magazine. April 2018. https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/philosophy/from-monogamy-to-politics-the-concept-of-honesty-is-more-complex-than-you-think
6. Miller, Christian. “How to Stay Honest This Tax Season.” The Conversation. March 2018. https://theconversation.com/how-to-stay-honest-this-tax-season-92706
(1) Miller, Christian. Reprinted in Newsweek as “How Not to Cheat on your Taxes – A Handy Guide.” http://www.newsweek.com/taxes-cheat-lie-dont-opinion-867762
(2) Miller, Christian. Reprinted in the Los Angeles Times as “How to Stay Honest This Tax Season.” http://www.latimes.com/sns-how-to-stay-honest-this-tax-season-92706-20180329-story.html
(3) Miller, Christian. Reprinted in the Chicago Tribune, Salon, The News & Observer, Penn Live, Fort Bend Herald, ORBITER Magazine, Fox 12 Oregon, CBS 46 Atlanta, Fox Carolina, and Yahoo News.
7. Miller, Christian. “What Does ‘Character’ Even Mean? Defining What We All Say We Care About.” Michael Hyatt Magazine. March 2018. https://michaelhyatt.com/defining-character/
8. Miller, Christian. (Jan 2018). “Science-tested tips to be a better person.” The Wall Street Journal. https://www.wsj.com/articles/science-tested-tips-to-be-a-better-person-1515169638
9. Miller, Christian. (Dec 2017). “Some of the mysteries of good character.” Oxford University Press’s Blog: Academic Insights for the Thinking World. https://blog.oup.com/2017/12/mysteries-good-character/
10. Miller, Christian. “4 Ways to Become a Better Person in 2018.” The Dallas Morning News. December 2017. https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2017/12/28/4-ways-become-better-person-2018
11. Miller, Christian. “How Little We Know About Character.” The Philosopher’s Magazine 80 (2018): 58-64. https://www.philosophersmag.com/
12. Miller, C. “How the Ten Commandments Stop Us from Cheating.” Christianity Today. October 2016. http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2016/october-web-only/stop-cheating-with-ten-commandments.html
13. Miller, C. “Why Tonight’s Debate is ‘Narcissist’ Trump v ‘Liar’ Clinton.” New Scientist. September, 2016. https://www.newscientist.com/article/2107059-why-tonights-debate-is-narcissist-trump-v-liar-clinton/.

I. Media Coverage

1. WFU released a news story about the project titled “How to be good: Finding a beacon for moral growth.” http://news.wfu.edu/2017/05/23/good-finding-beacon-moral-growth/
2. WFDD: “Wake Forest Professors Win Grant To Measure Morality” http://wfdd.org/post/wake-forest-professors-win-grant-measure-morality
3. Greensboro News and Record: “Wake Forest gets $3.9 million grant to study moral character” http://www.greensboro.com/news/schools/wake-forest-gets-million-grant-to-study-moral-character/article_86e71eb5-8188-5b77-a0e7-9868a7d151fe.html
4. The Winston Salem Journal: “WFU Researchers receive grant to study moral character” http://www.journalnow.com/community/wfu-researchers-receive-grant-to-study-moral-character/article_be37de09-cf6c-54fd-8744-195d246fa8d6.html
5. New York Magazine: “These Scientists Just Got a $4 Million Grant to Study the World’s Nicest Humans” http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/09/scientists-want-to-study-the-worlds-best-humans.html
6. Beacon Project Press Release: “While much national media attention focuses on the moral failures of people in the public spotlight, a team of researchers at Wake Forest University is searching for moral superstars.” http://news.wfu.edu/2015/08/31/searching-for-moral-superstars/
7. Old Gold and Black: “Research asks who is morally exceptional” http://oldgoldandblack.com/?p=46925
8. Interview with Chronicle of Higher Education for potential story.
9. Interview with UNC Public Radio for potential story.
10. Times Higher Education Story https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/week-higher-education-17-september-2015
11. Allure Magazine article about morality and well-being, Fleeson quoted about the morally exceptional. Forthcoming.

Covering Christian Miller’s book The Character Gap: How Good Are We?

1. Reviewed in Frost Magazine, https://www.frostmagazine.com/2018/03/the-character-gap-how-good-are-we/
2. Reviewed in The Gospel Coalition, https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/reviews/the-character-gap-christian-miller/
3. Reviewed in The Christian Post, https://www.christianpost.com/voice/many-christians-suffer-from-a-lack-of-character.html
4. Review in Influence Magazine
5. Review in Ethics and Culture Blog
6. Review in Library Journal
7. Review in Filozoful! (in Polish)
8. Review in Crosslight
9. Review in Coburg Review of Books
10. Review in Vision
11. Review in the Wall Street Journal: https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-good-people-bad-people-and-the-character-gap-1515110640
12. Review in Psychology Today
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/ethics-everyone/201801/the-character-gap#_=_
13. Review in The Philosopher
14. Review in Mind and Spirit
15. Review in Paradigm Explorer
16. Review in Christianity Today
17. Miller, C. Interview on WORD-FM Radio Pittsburgh, October 2016.
18. Miller C. “Breakthroughs” in Wake Forest Magazine, October 2016. Online version at: http://magazine.wfu.edu/2016/09/30/b-r-e-a-k-t-h-r-o-u-g-h-s/
19. Miller C. Interview on WRNN Radio Myrtle Beach, September 2016. http://news.wfu.edu/wrnn-christian-miller/
20. Miller, Christian. Quoted in “Yes, You Can Find An Honest Business. Here’s How.” Huffington Post, June 2017. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/yes-you-can-find-an-honest-business-heres-how_us_59524d19e4b0c85b96c65c84