Visiting Instructor of Ancient Languages
Timothée Davi currently teaches “Beginning Greek 1 and 2,” as well as “Intermediate Greek” in the Degree Completion Program. He also teaches “Elementary Latin 1 and 2” in the College Program. He has taught “Greek Exegesis,” and “Hebrew Tools” in the past.
Timothée completed his Master of Art’s degree in “Théologie Fondamentale” at the “Faculté de Théologie Protestante de Strasbourg” in Strasbourg, France. His Master’s thesis consisted of an exegetical study of the Gospel of John; namely an exegesis of John 18:1-11 titled “The Johannic Arrest: Between Agony and Irony?”. Before that, he effectuated his undergraduate studies at the “Institut et Faculté de Théologie de Jérusalem” in Jerusalem, Israel.
When not teaching at Bethlehem, Timothée either works as a Freelance Translator (English to French) on projects such as “Pasteur John vous répond” (Ask Pastor John), Desiring God articles, Ligonier articles, “Les 9 marques” (9Marks) and others. He has also worked as a French Liaison for the “Réseau Transafricain de Formation” (Transafrican Network of Education).
Being from francophone Belgium, Timothée moved to the USA as a result of meeting Abigail – his wife, who is from the USA – while studying in Strasbourg. They now live in Saint Paul and love spending their time with their son, engaging in thoughtful conversations about big ideas, reading, watching British shows, camping, and playing board games.
- B.A. (Théologie Fondamentale), Institut de Théologie de Jérusalem, Jerusalem, Israel.
- M.A. (Théologie Fondamentale), Faculté de Théologie Protestante de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France.