di·glotting (learning a second language). Not to be confused with dig·lotting (digging a lot of holes). Derived from di·glot (adjective – to be bilingual; noun – a bilingual book).
The name is Kevin Brown and I was born and bred in the utopian paradise of New Zealand. Now I reside in the midwestern United States with my wonderful wife. My main field of study is early Christianity and its corollaries. Authors in this field that I enjoy reading are Dale Allison, Geza Vermes, Richard Bauckham, James Dunn, and numerous others. Contemporary theology is my other main area of interest, with Jürgen Moltmann being my favorite theologian to read. I also enjoy studying textual criticism, comparative religion, historical linguistics, continental philosophy, and evolutionary biology.