My present research work is spread mainly over three areas.
Epistle to the Romans
On and off, my main area of research has been Paul's Epistle to the Romans. I am still working on different projects related to it. The main one for the moment is a rather technical book in English on the issue of History and Revelation in Romans based on a study of Rom 1.18-32. My position is that Rom 1.18 f. does not refer to natural theology but to God's revelation in history. This is an expansion of material presented in my book and my article on Romans 1.20 in ZNW 100.
Evangelism in the NT and in the Early Church
I have also been working for several years on a book in English on Evangelism in the NT and in history, with a focus on the Early Fathers (see Evangelism posts on this site). This project has led me to work extensively on Matthew, Luke-Acts, John, Philippians, and 1 Peter. This issue is not without links to my work on Romans since both projects deal with knowledge and accountability.
Hermeneutics and Literature
My third main area of work is hermeneutics and philosophy, with a focus on Natural Theology and theories of knowledge. For the moment I am reading Kant’s main writings.
From 2007 to 2012 I was also a member of a doctoral committee in the department of English literature at the Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) for a Ph. D. on “God, Space and Place in British Contemporary Fiction.” This position allowed me to combine my interest in theology, literature, and hermeneutics.