“If your gift is serving others, serve them well. If you are a teacher, teach well.” – Romans 12:7 NLT

“And God has appointed these in the church: first apostles, second prophets, third teachers, after that miracles, then gifts of healings, helps, administrations, varieties of tongues.” – 1Corinthians 12:28 NKJV

“And He Himself gave some [to be] apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers,” – Ephesians 4:11 NKJV

Beyond the bits and bytes, Bill harbors a profound connection to the theological world, merging the analytical with the spiritual in a journey that spans both the realms of technology and faith. His academic pursuit in Biblical Studies, culminating in a Ph.D. from Louisiana Baptist University in 2016, underscores a deep-seated passion for exploring the rich tapestries of Christian and Jewish theology. This scholarly endeavor helped him cultivate a deeper knowledge of Hebrew and Greek, heightening his ability to craft a dissertation about the enigmatic Nephilim of Genesis 6. Dr. Heldman has an insatiable curiosity and a desire to delve into the mysteries and teachings that have shaped millennia of religious thought.


Whether dealing with the semitic languages, eschatological topics, biblical archeology, pseudepigrapha and apocrypha, the study of the Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls (DSS), and apologetics, Dr. Heldman maintains a keen interest in all things having to do with Christian theology. Dr. Heldman’s primary philosophy, as he learned from Dr. Chuck Missler is as follows: “In the Old Testament concealed, is in the New Testament revealed.” There is a strong connection between the two divisions of the Christian bible.

Bill’s theological interests are not confined to the academic sphere; they breathe life into his interactions, whether through the written word or spoken dialogue. His commitment to sharing knowledge extends beyond the digital landscape into the spiritual, where he writes articles and engages in discussions that traverse the complexities of faith, doctrine, and history. This facet of his professional life highlights a unique blend of expertise and enthusiasm for subjects that transcend the immediate tangible world, offering a window into the broader questions of existence and belief.

His engagement with theological topics is characterized by the same rigor and dedication that has marked his distinguished career in technical education and cybersecurity. It is a testament to Bill’s multifaceted personality and his ability to navigate seamlessly between the worlds of technology and theology. This duality not only enriches his own life but also serves as an inspiration to those who seek to explore the intersections between faith, science, and technology.

In sharing his journey, Bill invites us into a conversation that spans the breadth of human knowledge and experience. His exploration of theological themes is not just an academic exercise; it is a personal quest for understanding, a means of connecting more deeply with the world and the diverse tapestry of beliefs that enrich our human experience. Through his writings and discussions, Bill offers a bridge between the concrete and the abstract, encouraging a dialogue that is both enlightening and profoundly human.