Kevin Jung works at the intersection of theological ethics, moral philosophy, and cognitive science. His main scholarly interest is to show the enduring relevance of theological concepts and ideas to contemporary moral life, in conversation with both religious and nonreligious forms of ethical discourse. Jung is currently working on two book projects, respectively entitled (tentatively) The Restless Self: Essays in Christian Moral Philosophy and The Greatest: Speeches to the Cultural Despisers of Religion. He is the author of Christian Ethics and Commonsense Morality: An Intuitionist Account (Routledge, 2014) and Ethical Theory and Responsibility Ethics (Peter Lang, 2011). He edited Religious Ethics and Constructivism: A Metaethical Account (Routledge, 2018) and co-edited DoingJustice to Mercy: Religion, Law, and Criminal Justice (University of Virginia Press, 2007) and Humanity Before God: Contemporary Faces of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Ethics (Fortress Press, 2006). His articles have appeared in academic journals including Journal of Religious Ethics, Harvard Theological Review, Studies in Christian Ethics, and Christian Bioethics.