LECTURER (Hermeneutics: Trinity in the Scriptures),

Course Director for Topography and History of the Ancient Near East,

Archaeology seminar on the Urban Planning of Jerusalem.

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Province of Toulouse

Born on 6 December 1967 in Versailles (France, 78).

Entered the Dominican noviciate in 1993, in the convent of Marseille.

– French (read, written, spoken)
– English (read, written, spoken)

– Latin

Academic degrees and teaching experience
1986-1993: Baccalauréat Scientific Section – Engineering Diploma – Employed work at Aérospatiale (Airbus Industries) within the Launcher Division, on embedded launcher electronics (Ariane 5 rocket, M5 missile).
2000: Bachelor of Theology at the Catholic Institute of Toulouse.
2001: License of Theology at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland).
2001-2012: Various teachings posts: dogmatic theology at the seminary of Aix-en-Provence and various abbeys and monasteries (Sept-Fons, Dominicans, etc.); Biblical topography and ancient history at the Cormier Center (Convent of the Dominicans in Marseille) and during twenty study trips to Palestine, Israel, Jordan and Egypt.
Since 2012: Teaching at the École biblique et archéologique
2013: Doctorate in Dogmatic Theology at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland), under the direction of Gilles Emery, OP : “The Astonishing Manifestation of the Divine Persons: The Trinitarian Appropriations of St. Thomas Aquinas.” ”
2015: Work towards a doctorate in archeology; Thesis at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (under the direction of François Villeneuve): “The town planning of northern Jerusalem 2nd century BC – 2nd century AD “