I am working on a Ph.D. in theology (historical) at Wycliffe College, Toronto. I am a priest in the Anglican Church of Canada, canonically resident in the Diocese of Huron, but “on loan” to the Diocese of Toronto where I will serve while I work on my doctorate.
My theological areas of interest and study are Christology, pneumatology, Anglican theology, ecclesiology (more specifically the relationship between authority, decision-making and mission in the Church); late medieval, early modern and modern theology, polity, and metaphysics; 15th-century conciliarity; and the relationship between our understanding of time/history and how we interpret Scripture.
My pastoral interest is in church planting and understanding how this renews the larger Church catholic. My interests outside of study and church include trail running, hiking, muay thai, architecture, physics, genetics, cognitive science, evolutionary biology, and urban planning.