I am a scholar of religion and the Bible who works primarily on ancient Christianity in the first three centuries of the common era. Currently I teach courses in Biblical and Religious Studies at both Concordia University of Edmonton and The King’s University. I am also an affiliate member of the School of Religious Studies at McGill University.

Prior to coming to Edmonton in 2017, I spent five years at McGill University as both a FRQSC Postdoctoral Fellow (2012–2014) and a Faculty Lecturer (2014–2017). I have also been a research affiliate with the Cultural Evolution of Religion Research Consortium at the University of British Columbia (2014–2015). I hold a PhD in Religions and Theology (Manchester, 2012), a MA in Biblical Studies (Trinity Western, 2007), and a BA in Religion and Theology (Taylor University College and Seminary, 2004).

In addition to highlighting my research and teaching, this website serves as a hub for online, open-access editions of ancient Mediterranean writings.