Tardy Thomas

Tardy Thomas

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On Theologically Thinking, Keith Massey, PhD, presents “Tardy Thomas,” a reflection on the Sunday after Easter.

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Keith Massey

Keith Massey was born and raised in Wisconsin where he earned a doctorate in Biblical Hebrew with a minor in Arabic at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He served for four years as an Arabic linguist with the National Security Agency after 9/11 before returning to teaching. He was chrismated Orthodox in 2003 and then met his Romanian-American wife.

He blogs on Orthodox and biblical topics at Magnalia Dei: The Mighty Acts of God.

He is the author of A Place of Brightness, a story of faith and adventure set in Romania. A set of twins, one an Orthodox priest, the other a soldier, travel to their mother's native Romania. Their faith sustains them through the darkest times of their lives as they are pulled into international intrigue.