Received a J.D. from the University of Utah. He has published several articles, including “Worshipworthiness and the Mormon Concept of God” in Religious Studies. He has also published in the International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Dialogue, and BYU Studies. He has published articles in books entitled The Gospel of John, Line upon Line, and Rediscovering the Book of Mormon. Ostler is a member of the Society of Christian Philosophers. His current interests include analytic philosophy of religion, medieval theology and philosophy, the philosophy of science, especially the philosophy of space-time and cosmogony, Martin Buber’s existentialist philosophy, and Immanuel Kant. He currently practices law in Salt Lake City where he is a founding member of the firm of Burbidge, Carnahan, Ostler & White.