I am a Faculty Lecturer in the School of Religious Studies at McGill University (Montreal, QC), where I teach primarily in the areas of New Testament and early Christianity. My research examines how religious ideals, discourses, and practices are fashioned in early Christianity and ancient Judaism, with a particular focus on traditions surrounding the apostle Paul. I have a PhD (2012) in Religions and Theology from the University of Manchester, an MA (2007) in Biblical Studies from Trinity Western University, and a BA (2004) in Religion and Theology from Taylor University College and Seminary. After my PhD I completed an FRQSC Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014) at McGill University, and have been a research affiliate with the Cultural Evolution of Religion Research Consortium at the University of British Columbia (2015).
In addition to highlighting my research and teaching, this website also serves as a hub for online, open-access editions of ancient Mediterranean writings.