Jonathan Pike is the Research and Program Officer at the Wheatley Institute. Previously he worked for the Wheatley Institute as a Research Assistant when an undergraduate student and as Project Specialist prior to beginning his doctoral studies at Heidelberg University (in Germany) through the Heidelberg Center for American Studies. He has a MA in History from Oxford Brookes University and an MSt in Theology from the University of Oxford. He completed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University, which included a summer term at the University of Cambridge as part of the Pembroke-King’s Programme. He has published on moral agency and human liberty in Samuel Clarke’s Newtonian theology in a chapter contribution to New Approaches to Religion and the Enlightenment (Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 2018), edited by Brett C. McInelly and Paul E. Kerry. His doctoral research focused on the relationship between theological debate and the Anglo-American discourse on authority in the early eighteenth century.
Research & Program Officer