|2015 - Present||Assistant Professor of Theology, Cedarville University ‐ School of Biblical and Theological Studies|
|Present||Director of Online Bible Programs, Cedarville University ‐ School of Biblical and Theological Studies|
|2013 - 2015||Instructor of Theology, Cedarville University ‐ School of Biblical and Theological Studies|
School of Biblical and Theological Studies
Martin Luther on Reading the Bible as Christian Scripture: The Messiah in Luther's Biblical Hermeneutic and Theology Faculty Books (2017)
Above all else that the sixteenth-century German Reformer was known for, Martin Luther was a Doctor of the Holy Scriptures. One of the most characteristic features of Luther's approach to Scripture was his resolved christological ...
Martin Luther's Messianic Rationale for Christ as the Sensus Literalis of Scripture in His Prefaces to the Bible Faculty Dissertations (2014)
This dissertation seeks to demonstrate that Luther believes Christ to be the sensus literalis of Scripture on the basis of the Bible's messianic promise. This claim asserts that Luther's scriptural exegesis of the Bible's "letter" ...
Book Chapters (1)
Journal Articles (1)
The New Household in Christ: How Wives and Husbands are to 'Put on the New Self in Colossians 3:18-19' Journal of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (2016)
The article argues that the passage represents Paul's vision for the "new household in Christ" that is clothed with "(re)newed garments" and enjoys the power of the Gospel in an estate that has existed under ...
Conference Presentations (8)
Luther on the Rule of Faith: Text, Testament, and Trinity Evangelical Theological Society’s 2016 Annual Meeting (2016)
This presentation showed how the rule of faith, for Luther, is a biblical-theological and hermeneutical guide for faithful interpretation of the Bible’s total Two-Testament witness to the one Triune God and the one Gospel.