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About me

I am a community theologian and writer who lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. My passion is to know God more (and to read everything he’s written). For the past 20 years I’ve been exploring a worldview that seeks to discern God's voice in all things: the Bible and creation (i.e. the arts, sport, science, film, music, literature, history, mathematics, nature and human nature). My first book, The Day Metallica Came to Church: Seeing the Everywhere God in Everything (2010), listens for God's whispers in pop culture. My second book, Every Job a Parable; What Walmart Greeters, Nurses and Astronauts tell us about God (2017), listens for God's words at work. My third book is entitled, God Speaks Science: What Neurons, Giant Squid, and Supernovae Reveal about Our Creator (2023). Over the past decade I have participated in several John Templeton Foundation-funded projects including Scientists in Congregations, Fuller Seminary’s STEAM project, Ambrose Seminary’s Science for Seminaries grant, and a Sinai and Synapses fellowship. I am also a regular columnist with the Calgary Herald.

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