Welcome to my website and blog!
I’m an ordained minister in the Reformed Church in America currently earning a Ph.D in Philosophical Theology at Calvin Seminary. My research interests range from Kant’s epistemology to theology proper and neo-Calvinism to the Christian social ethics and the intersection of vocation and human sexuality.
I am firmly anchored in the Dutch-Reformed tradition, embracing the theology of John Calvin, Abraham Kuyper, and Herman Bavinck. On my approach to philosophy, I’m a reformed thomist, an aristotelian on metaphysics, a realist on epistemology, and a defender of natural law in ethics/morality.
My purpose with the following blog is to promote critical reflection on modern issues in theology. This site reflects my opinions and does not necessarily represent the official views for either my congregation/classis or any other professional organization with which I am affiliated.
Feel free to visit some of my blog’s sections where I discuss topics such as financial stewardship, gender and sexuality, leadership, neocalvinism, pastoral care, the church, theology, and work and vocation.