Department:Bible and Theology
School:Undergraduate in Chicago, Graduate/Seminary in Chicago
Start Date:July 2016
BA, Columbia University in the City of New York
Certificate of Continuing Education, Emmaus Bible College
ThM, PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary
"Obadiah." In The Moody Bible Commentary, edited by Michael Rydelnik and Michael Vanlaningham. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2014.
"The Siloam Inscription Confirms Hezekiah's Defensive Maneuvers!" Journey Magazine, (Spring 2013).
"The Tel Dan Inscription Supports the Historical David." Journey Magazine (Fall 2012).
"Royal Limitation as the Distinctive of Israelite Monarchy." PhD diss., Dallas Theological Seminary, 2010.
"The Holy Land from the Heavens." In the NET Bible, First Edition. Dallas: Biblical Studies Press, 2005.
"A Literary-Theological Analysis of Numbers 20:1–13." MA thesis, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2000.
"Jesus' Use of the Title 'Son of Man' in Matthew 26:64." Emmaus Journal, (Winter 2000).
Review of Severe Compassion: The Gospel According to Nahum, by Gregory D. Cook. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, (2016).
Review of 1 & 2 Kings, Holman Old Testament Commentary, by Gary Inrig. Emmaus Journal, (Winter 2005).
Review of 1, 2 Kings, New American Commentary, by Paul R. House. Emmaus Journal, (Winter 2005).
Review of Deuteronomy, by Doug McIntosh. Ashland Theological Seminary Journal, (Fall 2004).
Review of Grammatical Concepts 101 for Biblical Hebrew, by Gary A. Long. Ashland Theological Seminary Journal, (Fall 2004).
Review of Deuteronomy, by J. G. McConville. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 46, (June 2003).
Review of Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, by Donald S. Whitney. Emmaus Journal, (Winter 1994).
"Misrepresenting God: Moses at Meribah (Numbers 20)." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, 2014.
"Saul of Benjamin and the Law of the King (Deut 17:14-20)." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, 2012.
Professional / Personal Interests:
The Israelite monarchy, Pentateuch studies (Deuteronomy), the Second Temple period, OT and NT archaeology, Bible geography, and leadership