I study the intersection of science, philosophy, and Christian theology by researching certain aspects of these three disciplines as well as history and scripture. I also research belief — what people hold to be true and why.
My background includes work as a church planter and an intelligence analyst, mostly in an overlapping role as a criminal investigator. These days I’m finding joy and purpose in writing, speaking, teaching, and doing a bit of nature photography.
I practice historic Christianity — the kind practiced by the Early Church and the Christians of the Reformation. It’s a religion of two “books” of revelation: scripture and nature. Properly studied and understood, these two “books” reveal the truth about God and connect us to Him relationally. God is my creator, redeemer, and best friend.
Here’s the best way I can sum up what I believe about God: I believe that everything Jesus said about Himself is true.
Currently based in the Pacific Northwest, I enjoy spending time in nature, playing in the snow, drinking tea, and being part of the best family in the world.