2016–22: Adjunct Professor, Department of History, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.
2013–14: Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
2004–07: Occasional lecturer at Vancouver School of Theology.
1998–2005: Regent College, Vancouver: part-time Lecturer in Anglican Studies, establishing and teaching graduate-level courses in “Anglican History” (HIST 615) and “Anglican Spirituality” (SPIR 652) and serving as mentor to Anglican students; course marker for “Church History 2” survey course (HIST 502).
1996–98: University of British Columbia, Vancouver: Course Marker for “American Colonial History, 1607–1763” (HIST 327) and “Revolutionary America and the Formation of the USA” (HIST 328).
1992: Regent College, Vancouver: Teaching and Research Assistant.
2000–08: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby: PhD. in History (graduated June 2008). Dissertation: “‘Conservative Revolutionaries’—A Study of the Religious and Political Thought of John Wise, Jonathan Mayhew, Andrew Eliot and Charles Chauncy.” Online.
1994–98: University of British Columbia, Vancouver: Doctoral studies in History, completing coursework (90% average), Comprehensive examinations in American Colonial and Revolutionary History, Reformation Europe and Historiography, and dissertation proposal.
1995–97: Vancouver School of Theology: Part-time programme in Anglican studies as postulant for ordination in the Diocese of New Westminster.
1992–94: University of British Columbia, Vancouver: 1st Class M.A. in History (93% average). M.A. thesis: “Augustine’s War Thought—A Critical Reinterpretation.” Online.
1990–96: Regent College, Vancouver, Canada: 1st Class in Diploma of Christian Studies (1991), Master of Christian Studies (1992), and Master of Divinity (1996).
1975–80: Magdalen College, Oxford, U.K.: 2nd Class Hons. (B.A. and M.A.) in Classics, studying Latin and Greek Literature and Ancient and Modern Philosophy for “Greats.”
2017–21: Ebenezer Baptist Church, Vancouver, BC: Senior Pastor.
2014–17: St. Mary Anglican Church, Richmond Hill, Ontario: Rector.
2013–14: All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Belmont, Massachusetts: Honorary Associate Priest.
2009–12: Granville-Point Grey Deanery, Diocese of New Westminster: Regional Dean.
2002–12: Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Vancouver: Rector and Priest-in-Charge.
2001–02: St. Mark Anglican Church, Ocean Park: Associate Priest.
2000–01: St. John Anglican Church, Shaughnessy: Honorary Assistant Priest.
1997–2000: St. Cuthbert Anglican Church, North Delta: Deacon Assistant and Assistant Priest.
1993–96: St. Matthias Anglican Church, Vancouver: Student Pastoral Intern and Pastoral Assistant.
1987–99: Elm House Christian Communications, New Malden, U.K.: Assistant Editor and Editor, Leadership Today/Today magazine; Member, Management Executive Board.
1982–87: Seatrade Publications, Colchester, U.K.: Staff Writer, Associate Editor, and Deputy Editor, Seatrade magazine; Editor, Seatrade Week; Contributing Editor, Seatrade Business Review.
1980–82: Tilney & Co., Liverpool, U.K.: Investment Analyst.
ACADEMIC AWARDS AND PRIZES
2007 & 2012: Anglican Church of Canada—Sabbatical Grant.
2000–02: Simon Fraser University—University Graduate Fellowships; President’s PhD. Research Stipend.
1993–98: University of British Columbia—Graduate Fellowship; St. John’s Scholarship; R. Howard Webster Foundation Fellowship; Izaac Walton Killam Memorial Predoctoral Fellowship; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship.
1991–96: Regent College, Vancouver—Board of Governors’ Prize for Proficiency in the Master of Divinity (1996); Theology Prize (1996); History Prize (1991, 1992).1975–77:
Magdalen College, Oxford—College Demyship.
RECENT ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS
2017: “Radical Reformers: Charles Chauncy, Jonathan Mayhew, and Their Reformation Heritage”—Paper scheduled for American Society of Church History Conference, January 2017.
2014: “’Democrat’ or ‘Conservative’—The Question of John Wise”—Paper presented to the Boston Historians of American Religion, Boston University.
2013: “’Conservative Revolutionaries,’” Preface and Chapter 1—Presented to Colloquium in American Religious History, Harvard Divinity School.
Danish, French, Ancient Greek, and Latin.