Title: Professor of New Testament
Department: Division, Bible, Pastoral Studies
Location: Location, Michigan
School/Area: School, Seminary
Position: Position, Teaching
Start Date: 2005
I enjoy science fiction (Doctor Who is my favorite), soccer, and both playing and listening to jazz.
BS, Lee College
MA, Liberty University
MDiv, Michigan Theological Seminary
DMin, Michigan Theological Seminary
PhD, University of Wales, Lampeter
T & T Clark Handbook to Social Identity and the New Testament. London: T & T Clark, 2014. Edited with Coleman A. Baker.
Reading Paul in Context: Explorations in Identity Formation. London: T & T Clark, 2013. Edited with Kathy Ehrensperger.
"Remain in Your Calling": Paul and the Continuation of Social Identities in 1 Corinthians. Eugene: Pickwick, 2011.
"You Belong to Christ”: Paul and the Formation of Social Identity in 1 Corinthians 1-4. Eugene: Pickwick, 2010.
“‘All things to all people’: a Chameleon Paul?” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33.1 (April 2012): 123-27.
“Paul and Christianity as a New Ethnic Identity in which Previous Identities May Continue?” Journal of Beliefs and Values 32.1 (April 2011): 95-98.
“Did Paul Create Christian Identity?” Criswell Theological Review N.S. 8.1 (Fall 2010): 35-51.
“Paul and the Formation of the Urban Christ-Movement” Journal of Beliefs and Values 31.1 (April 2010): 97-106.
“Christian Identity – Created or Construed?” Journal of Beliefs and Values 30.1 (April 2009): 71-77.
“The Role of Civic Identity on the Pauline Mission in Corinth.” Didaskalia: The Journal of Providence College and Seminary 19 (Winter 2008): 72-91.
“Doctrine-Aware Sermons: Preaching Doctrinally-Informed and Relationally-Connected Messages.” The Journal of Ministry and Theology 11.1 (Spring 2007): 124-44.
“The Over-Churched: Preaching to People Who Have ‘Heard It All Before’.” The Journal of Ministry and Theology 6:2 (Fall 2003): 69-90.
Honorary Research Fellow, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David
Society of Biblical Literature
Chicago Society of Biblical Research
Institute for Biblical Research
Evangelical Theological Society