About the Blog Author
I possess a degree from Boyce College of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where I served as a Garrett Fellow, and an M.A. in Manuscript Cultures from Hamburg University in Northern Germany where I studied Semitic and other ancient manuscript traditions and was educated in archaeometric science by several Dead Sea Scrolls scientists.
My research thesis entitled, "First Temple Hebrew Seals and Bullae Identifying Biblical Persons" explores novel interpretations of Egyptian solar iconography on papyrus seals of the biblical royal court and its findings were published in a 2021 volume by Sheffield Phoenix entitled Epigraphy, Iconography, and the Bible. I'm also the author of (Mis)interpeting Genesis, an academic book written to engage lay people that exegetically critiques the young earth Creation Museum by the organization Answers in Genesis as an object lesson in how to understand the Bible in its ancient Near Eastern context.
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