I teach politics and international studies at Redeemer University College, a Toronto-area, publicly chartered, liberal arts university, where I am also Director of Redeemer’s Centre for Christian Scholarship. I fellow around a bit, including as an editorial fellow at The Review of Faith & International Affairs , and as a fellow at The Center for Public Justice (D.C.).
Before joining the ranks of the academic gentry, I taught English in Kobe (Japan), and worked for nearly a decade for Cardus on issues ranging from urban planning, to education diversity, to religious freedom. I’ve co-authored and co-edited a few small books, which you can find on my Amazon page here. My first scholarly monograph, The Religious Problem with Religious Freedom: A North American Case for Political Theology, is due out with the Routledge religion and politics series, edited by Jeffrey Haynes, in 2017.