Jackson Hammond graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with both a bachelor’s degree in intercultural studies and a Master of Divinity. During his time there he worked as a graduate teaching assistant for the theology department and helped teach undergraduate courses on systematic theology and church history. He has written on many major figures from the classical Christian tradition, including publishing an academic journal article on St. Anselm and John Calvin. Jackson is passionate about teaching young people about the rich heritage of the classical Christian tradition and is excited to be able to do so through the Latin language. He has years of experience in ministry, pastoring multiple churches and organizing dozens of international mission trips. He was raised in the Kansas City area (go Chiefs!) as the youngest of 5 boys.