(adapted from an ‘About the Author’ section of a little book I made for a class project in elementary school):
“John graduated from Veteran’s Memorial Elementary School, he loves Nintendo, baseball cards, and spaghetti.”
This is the blog of me, John Frederick. I’m currently a final year Ph.D Candidate in New Testament at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland where I have also had the privilege of teaching New Testament Greek since 2011. I’ve been the lecturing instructor of New Testament Greek Online with the Erasmus Academy NYC since 2012, and in the Fall of 2013, I began teaching as an Adjunct Professor of New Testament at the Boston Campus of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. I’m currently teaching the course NT 503 “The Life of Jesus” at GCTS. Prior to our move to Scotland, I was a seminarian at Gordon Conwell (M.Div) and a full-time musician, teaching and writing original music, and leading worship at churches. I’m currently the Sunday Evening Worship Leader at Park Street Church in Boston (since Sept. 2013), and I’m also an aspirant toward Holy Orders in the Anglican Diocese of New England, a member diocese of the Anglican Church in North America, which is a province-in-formation in the worldwide Anglican Communion, and a member of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans. Before moving to Scotland I was Young, Reformed, and Restless, and now, after living with my wife Tara for three years in a small town of the Fife Coast of Scotland with no car, I am 32, more broadly Reformational, and very well rested…and I still love Nintendo, baseball cards, and spaghetti.