Francis Humphrey holds a B.A. (Bishop’s University), a Dip.Ed. (McGill University), a M.Div. (Canadian Theological Seminary), a Th.M. (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) and a Ph.D. (McGill University). He is a lecturer in Old Testament Studies in the Faculté de Théologie Évangélique de Montréal, Acadia University. He is also the Senior Pastor of The Peoples Church of Montreal, an evangelical, multi-ethnic congregation in downtown Montreal facing the McGill campus. His thesis Sensory language and the divine-human relationship in the TENAK (McGill,1995) involves a combination of phenomenological and medical analysis of the human exteroceptive sensorium and its implications for the study of the Hebrew Scriptures.