I’m an ordained minister in the RCA currently earning a Ph.D in Philosophical Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary. My research interests include the science-religion dialogue, philosophy of mind, Christian metaphysics, and analytical theology.
I’m passionate about theology, church governance, and cycling. I’m an avid Bavinck reader. Theologically, I am firmly anchored in the Christian orthodoxy according to the Dutch-Reformed tradition, embracing the theology of John Calvin. Also, I’m a reformed thomist on my approach to philosophy, 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.
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