About me


Teaching Philosophy

I foster and teach to engage in the knowledge of who we are in this world in which we see each other as diverse and different. In my teaching, diversity is not a given but a source of critical engagement with one another. I value both a critical and self-critical stance toward any claim of knowledge, truth, and reality. I emphasize the following as pedagogical goals: learning from others, challenging one another, affirming who we are, and working for common humanity through differences. In my teaching, all in all, I communicate critical diversity and transformative identity in a variety of life contexts.

"Keeping softness is strength" --Laozi


Recent blog
"Culture: binding or blinding?"

H.B Questions

Early Jewish Writings

Early Christian Writings

New Testament Resources

Biblical Hebrew

Biblical Greek

Greek Verb Chart


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