Throughout the years I have pursued three main interests: ICT, religion and philosophy, and languages.

I have published a few things through the years. Some I probably would not write anymore, or not in the same way. But since their references or content circulate here and there, might as well give the full reference to the most recent ones.

Because of work and time constraints and because I am not convinced that writing for publication is always worth the time and effort, I have not tried to have much published recently. I still do research in the fields of languages and of religion, though, mostly political theology and philosophy and theories and philosophies of education.


Mal, souffrance et justice de Dieu selon Romains 1–3: Étude exégétique et théologique. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche 155. Berlin, New York: de Gruyter, 2007. A revised version of my Ph.D.

Cours de grec du Nouveau Testament. 2nd ed. Cléon d’Andran: Excelsis, 2018, 2007, 2004


“Antioch as a Church Planting Community: Revisiting Barnabas and Paul’s Departure in Acts 13:1–4,” Neotestamentica, forthcoming.

“Romans 12,17–13,7 and the Justice of God: Two Neglected Features of Paul’s Argument”, Ephemerides Theologicæ Lovanienses, 89 (4) (2013): 361–382

“Romans 1.20: Knowing God Through His Acts in History” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 100/1 (2009): 45–58

“Romans 1.11–12: A Clue to the Purpose of Romans?” Ephemerides Theologicæ Lovanienses 83/4 (2007): 395–406

« Le Da Vinci Code : L’Evangile selon Dan Brown », Théologie Évangélique 3 (2004): 271-280

« Parler d’Évangile en Europe : entre discours et réalité », Hokhma 84 (2003): 2–23