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Brian Tucker

Brian Tucker

Professor of New Testament
  • Department:
    Bible, Pastoral Studies
  • Location:
    Michigan
  • School:
    Graduate/Seminary in Michigan
  • Position:
    Teaching
  • Start Date:
    2005
  • Personal Information:

    I enjoy science fiction (Doctor Who is my favorite), soccer, and both playing and listening to jazz.

  • Educational Background:

    BS, Lee College
    MA, Liberty University
    MDiv, Michigan Theological Seminary
    DMin, Michigan Theological Seminary
    PhD, University of Wales, Lampeter

  • Publications:

    Books:

    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.

    Journal Articles:

    “‘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.

  • Professional/Personal Interests:

    Member:
    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