|Present||Assistant Professor of Finance, Cedarville University ‐ School of Business Administration|
Business and Accounting
Professional Service and Affiliations
|Member, Academy of Economics and Finance||Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants||Member, Evangelical Theological Society||Member, Financial Management Association||Member, Southern/Southwest Finance Association||Member, Southwest Management Association||Member, Texas Society of Public Accountants||Member, The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity|
Honors and Awards
- Kappa Mu Epsilon, National Mathematics Honor Society
- Kappa Omicron Nu, Academic Honors Society
- Phi Eta Sigma, Academic Honors Society
|2018||Ph.D., University of Texas|
|2002||Ph.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary|
|1998||M.A., Carson-Newman College|
|1993||Master of Theological Studies, Duke University|
|1991||B.S., Carson-Newman College|
School of Business Administration
Business Ethics: A Christian Method for Making Moral Decisions Faculty Books (2019)
Regardless of one’s function in the marketplace (consumer, producer, CEO, etc.), one is confronted by an ever-expanding world of moral questions. How does one make moral decisions in this changing environment? In his Business Ethics: ...
The Story of the Pentateuch: An Introduction to the Old Testament Faculty Books (2015)
The vast amounts of information—people, places, legal codes—in the Old Testament often overwhelm new students of the Bible causing many to cease reading it regularly and to surrender understanding fully its message. In The Story ...
Marriage as Covenant: Considering God's Design at Creation and the Contemporary Moral Consequences Faculty Books (2005)
Marriage as Covenant examines the nature and meaning of marriage as an order of creation. The book questions whether or not there is evidence in Genesis for believing God made marriage to be a covenant ...
Journal Articles (11)
A Biblical-Theological Framework for Human Sexuality: Applications to Private Sexuality Themelios (2022)
What are good sexual acts? It is not that surprising when cultural voices, without reference to God, argue for the inherent goodness of all “unharmful” sexual desires and acts. Regrettably, ethical pragmatism has influenced some ...
Business Ethics in the Marketplace: Exploring Transgenderism Journal of Markets and Morality (2021)
Proponents of transgenderism offer a competing story of reality, epistemology, and anthropology vis-á-vis Scripture’s teaching that God made humanity in his image either male or female. If the transgender argument continues to take root in ...
Regional Volatility Spillovers and Political Instability: A GARCH-DCC with Markov Switching Approach Academy of Economics and Finance Journal (2020)
Market linkages are investigated by exploring the possibility of financial contagion from Brazil to five Latin American countries following the presidential election of Dilma Rousseff in 2014. A GARCH-DCC framework is employed to estimate the ...
Just How Heavenly Is Heaven? Revelation 21 and 22 The Christian Index (2008)
Throughout history, writers have contemplated various questions regarding heaven. For example, some have questioned whether or not there will be animals in heaven. Others have pondered whether or not the redeemed will have any knowledge ...
What About the Antichrist? Revelation 13:1-10 The Christian Index (2008)
In his famous “The Screwtape Letters,” Christian writer and apologist C.S. Lewis describes how a senior demon, Screwtape, mentors a junior demon named Wormwood through a series of letters. In one letter, Screwtape advises Wormwood, ...
Who Is Really in Charge? Revelation 5:1-14 The Christian Index (2008)
At the turn of the first century after Jesus’ birth, many of Christ’s followers were experiencing hardships. Roman officials were persecuting and oppressing Christians, making clear the creed of their day, “Caesar is Lord.” Indeed, ...
A Response to Marriage Made in Eden: A Pre-Modern Perspective for a Post-Christian World Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (2004)
In their most recent work on marriage, Alice Mathews and Gay Hubbard—professor and guest lecturer at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary respectively—explore Godʼs design and purpose for marriage. Having received positive reviews from several leading evangelical scholars, ...