In an effort to model life-long learning to my students, I like to use my time outside the school year to explore old subjects from new angles or to set my mind to new challenges. At the moment, this has meant explorations into the application of techniques and methods from the discipline of interlinguistics to current problems in the study of comparative religion and in the practice of interfaith dialogue and transreligious theology. These inquiries are still very preliminary, but I look forward to sharing more on this work here as it develops. In the meantime, many of my old projects can be found here.