OFFICE LOCATION: Reasoner 110-C
OFFICE PHONE: 859.858.3511 x2213
- Ph.D. London School of Theology/Brunel University, 2001 (New Testament)
- M.Div. Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1993 (Honors Track, New Testament)
- B.A. Trinity Bible College, 1988 (Biblical Studies and Ministerial)
COURSES CURRENTLY BEING TAUGHT:
- Understanding the New Testament
- Synoptic Gospels
- Writings of John
- Galatians and Romans
- Christian Theology
OTHER COURSES TAUGHT AT ASBURY:
- Growth of the New Testament Church
- Basic Greek
'But God Raised Him from the Dead': The Theology of Jesus' Resurrection in Luke-Acts. Paternoster Biblical Mongraphs. Milton Keynes, England: Paternoster, 2006. http://www.eisenbrauns.com/wconnect/wc.dll?ebGate~EIS~~I~ANDBUTGOD
2. Book Reviews
Review of Luke by Robert H. Stein, Luke by Sharon H. Ringe, and Luke 9:51-24:53 by Darrell L. Bock. Ashland Theological Journal 30 (1998): 133-35.
"Power in the Blood": Review of Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ. The Chesterton Review 29 (2004): 613-14
Review of An Introduction to the New Testament: Contexts, Methods & Ministry Formation by David A. deSilva. Review of Biblical Literature (8 Jan 2005).
"Paul on Trial: Hope of Israel, Resurrection, and Jesus in the Paul's Defense Speeches in Acts." Presented at the Interdisciplinary "Brown Bag" Meeting, Asbury College, 12 April 2007.
"The Invalid of John 5: Feeble Excuse or Faithful Client?" Presented at the Interdisciplinary "Brown Bag" Meeting, Asbury College, 9 October 2003.
"Resurrection in Luke-Acts and in the Ancient Greek Novel," Society of Biblical Literature Southeastern Regional Meeting, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1998.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
- Society of Biblical Literature
- Wesleyan Theological Society
Ever since my doctoral work I have had an interest in Luke-Acts studies; however, of late I have also become interested in the Johannine literature. Teaching Galatians and Romans has afforded me the opportunity to dig deeper into Paul's writings. I am also really entranced by the Letter to the Hebrews. In terms of methodology, I gravitate toward narrative, reader-response, and certain aspects of social-scientific criticism.