I lecture on the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls at academic conferences and public events at universities, community organizations, and museums across Canada and around the world.
I regularly participate and present at academic conferences with specialized sessions for biblical and Qumran research. These include the annual meetings of the Society of Biblical Literature and Canadian Society of Biblical Studies as well as thematic conferences hosted by universities.
For a full list of conference activity and links to abstracts, papers, and web content, see my curriculum vitae.
In addition to discussing research with my academic peers I strive to engage the public through talks at colleges, universities, museums, and various community organizations.
At the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute we try and bridge these worlds on a regular basis with public lecture series, such as our recent events “Remembering the Scriptural Past” (2016) and “The Dead Sea Scrolls: Theology, Spirituality, and Bible Formation.” At the Spring 2017 Trinity Western convocation I had the great honour of delivering the commencement address to our graduating class.
To get in touch about hosting a public talk at your school or organization on topics related to the history, theology, and culture of the Bible and Dead Sea Scrolls, please use the contact page.