|Present||Assistant Professor of Biblical Theology, Cedarville University ‐ School of Biblical and Theological Studies|
Honors and Awards
- Homer A. Kent, Jr., Award in New Testament, Grace Theological Seminary - 2016
- Theology II
- Bible and the Gospel
|Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary|
|M.A., Grace Theological Seminary|
|B.A., New Tribes Mission|
School of Biblical and Theological Studies
Jesus as Faithful in Testing: A Key to the Rhetorical Connection Between Hebrews 3:1-6 and 3:7-4:13 Faculty Dissertations (2016)
This dissertation argues that, in Hebrews 3:1-4:16, Jesus' entrance into rest, as a result of his successful testing, demonstrates why Auctor (i.e., the author) views him as a faithful High Priest. A corollary to this ...
Web Publications (1)
Conference Presentations (5)
A Reevaluation of Ἰησοῦς in Hebrews 4:8: Joshua or Jesus? 2018 Evangelical Theological Society’s Midwest Meeting (2018)
This paper explores the possible author intended referent of Ἰησοῦς in Hebrews 4:8. Traditionally, the referent is assumed to be “Joshua son of Nun” with minimal supporting exegetical evidence. However, it is also common recently ...