Timothy Keiderling earned his BA in Bible from Nyack College, his MA in Bible from Princeton Theological Seminary, and is now working on a PhD in the Department of Comparative Religion at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Timothy also teaches biblical hermeneutics and beginning, intermediate, and advanced Greek classes at Nyack College as an adjunct instructor. He also served as a TA for Biblical Hebrew classes at Princeton Theological Seminary. His research focuses on tracing the development of techniques for interpreting the Hebrew Bible in late antiquity.
Timothy lives with his wife and daughter in Jerusalem. When he’s not studying, Timothy enjoys spending time with his family and making music (he plays violin and guitar).
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