I am a Christian, theologian, historian, and philosopher.
I received a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Spring Arbor University and will receive my M.A. in Historical Theology from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary in August.
My main research interests are in Patristic Trinitarian theology, Late Antiquity and Hellenistic Philosophy, and in their convergence.
I am also interested in translating previously untranslated early Christian texts (such as Pseudo-Didymus the Blind’s De Trinitate), as well as how the Early Church understood the relation of language to God in the Trinitarian controversies and how that can produce a more rigorous understanding of the Trinity for the Church today which in turn creates a distinctly Christian philosophy.