Stefan Bosman is a Dutch native, who lived in four of the world’s continents. Besides an undergraduate in engineering, he completed a dozen years of post-graduate biblical studies. His competency as biblical scholar include the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), New Testament, and early Judaism. During his doctoral work, he extensively focused on Jewish interpretation of the Hebrew Bible. The focus on interpretation has over the years evoked a passion in him of probing how the learning of these subjects may be translated into practice.
Over the years, Dr. Bosman has taught in online as well as classroom settings. The former he has done for nearly a decade—an environment that suits him well. Next to teaching, he has written several articles in the field of Second Temple Judaism and Jewish-Christian relations. He further expects to shortly publish his doctoral dissertation as a monograph. Time permitting, he wishes to further pursue research.
Two years, i.e. 45 graduate credits – Biblical Studies, two seminaries in the USA (Moody Theological Seminary, Oral Roberts University)
MA – Hebrew Bible, Hebrew University
Preparatory PhD track – Comparative Religion, Hebrew University
PhD – New Testament*, University of Aberdeen
*) Whilst the doctoral work was officially done in the New Testament, it equally interacted with the Hebrew Bible and early Jewish texts.