I can provide copyediting and substantive editing for a wide range of writing styles, genres, and subjects. My academic training is religious studies, but I am not limited by the boundaries of that discipline.
I am thoroughly familiar with The Chicago Manual of Style and The SBL Handbook of Style
I have a reading knowledge of biblical Hebrew, biblical Greek, French, and German.
University of California, San Diego, 2017
PhD, Religious Studies
Marquette University, 2011
MA, New Testament
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1997
I am an associate book review editor for the Reviews of the Enoch Seminar, a forum for researchers investigating Judaism, Christianity, and Islam in antiquity.
I develop assessment materials for Zondervan's online courses. I also assist in the production of their video components.
I have served as a freelance copyeditor for Abingdon Press.
I compose and edit documents for Threshold Counsel.
Editorial Freelancers Association
Society of Biblical Literature
My monograph Renaming Abraham's Children: Election, Ethnicity, and the Interpretation of Scripture in Romans 9 was published by Mohr Siebeck in the series WUNT II.
My article "From Exegete to Mystagogue: Paul and the Changing Strategies for Locating Gentiles in Israel" is currently under review.
I have published several book reviews of academic works in Reviews of the Enoch Seminar, Review of Biblical Literature, and Theological Studies.