I am an Associate Professor of Politics & International Studies (POLIS) at Redeemer University College (Canada), and founding-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.
Before joining the ranks of the academic gentry, I taught English in Kobe (Japan), worked for nearly a decade in public policy for Cardus, and finished my PhD at the University of Bath (UK) under Scott Thomas. I’ve authored, co-authored, and co-edited a few books, which you can find on my Amazon page here.
I am currently working on 3 books and one research project: a co-edited volume on Vatican foreign policy (Routledge, 2019), another co-edited volume on Abraham Kuyper’s Stone Lectures (IVP, 2020), a single-authored book tentatively titled Globalization and the Kingdom of God: An Introduction to Christian Realism for Terrifying Times (Eerdmans, 2020/2021), and a funded research collaboration with Kevin den Dulk and Dennis Hoover titled “Populists or Internationalists? Evangelical Tribes and Globalization.”