Michael Buttrey recently completed a dissertation at the Toronto School of Theology on moral enhancement, Neo-Aristotelian virtue ethics, and Thomas Aquinas. In between teaching at schools like ICS and The King's University, he is Theologian-in-Residence at a local Anglican church and supports work on faith and life sciences issues for the Canadian Council of Churches. Last year he co-founded ACCtoo, an advocacy group for survivors of sexual abuse in Anglican churches, and he is currently co-writing a book on sexual abuse in Christian institutions for T&T Clark.
"Beyond Following Rules: Teaching Research Ethics in the Age of the Hoffman Report," article cowritten with Dr. Elissa Rodkey and Krista Rodkey in History of the Human Sciences (35.5, 2022)
"Capable or Incapable?: Disability and Justification in Martha Nussbaum’s Capabilities Approach," article in Religious Studies and Theology (39.2, 2020)
"David - the Patron Saint of Abusive Clergy," episode of Right Side Up podcast with Danielle Strickland and James Sholl