Jeremy Krans is an old soul that longs for meaningful tradition and metaphysical speculation. He is a father of four and husband of one. He thoroughly enjoys crafting carpentry as well as argument. If you don’t find him reading a book in a nook, fixing the things that break, or dreaming of how to attach the old with the new, you may catch a glimpse of him soaking in the great outdoors of Kentucky. He has a master’s degree in Theology and a bachelor’s in Philosophy. He has been teaching everything from Koine Greek to apologetics for the past decade. He will be teaching Latin Transition 1 in the Fall of 2016. It will be a delight.