AboutI have a PhD in Theology from Wycliffe College/University of St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto. My main academic interests are at the intersection of patristic exegesis and theology, sacramentology, and modern systematic theology. My dissertation is set to be published by Lexington Books/Fortress Academic in 2020; in it, I work on recovering the significance of the sacraments for the way Protestants “do” theology, arguing for an interdependence of the sacraments, Scripture, Christology, and ecclesiology.
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EducationPhD, Theology, Wycliffe College/University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto (2019)
MA, Biblical Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary (2009)
BA, Religion, Houghton College (2005)
Upcoming Talks and Conferences“Connecting the Heretical Past with the Heretical Future: The Function of Jude and 2 Peter in the New Testament Canon.” Submitted for SBL Annual Meeting, 2020.
MembershipsNorth American Patristics Society, Society of Biblical Literature, Canadian-American Theological Association, North American Academy of Ecumenists, Eta Beta Rho