My name is Mark Giszczak. I teach graduate classes on biblical topics at the Augustine Institute in Denver, CO.
I love the Bible and want to help Catholics read it more and read it well. I enjoy reading, writing, and teaching.
I’ve been blogging here since 2006. This blog is a place I can share thoughts, insights and things that are likely to get missed when reading the Bible. Often I get inspired to write when I’m in between two things, that is, when I’m looking for one thing and find something I didn’t expect. Since it is called “Catholic Bible Student,” I write about things having to do with Catholicism, the Bible and the habit of study.
You can contact me by email at mark -at- catholicbiblestudent.com or by commenting on a blog post.
Ph. D., The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC (2013)
M. A., Augustine Institute, Denver, CO (2007)
B. Phil., Ave Maria College, Ypsilanti, MI (2005)