|Present||Assistant Professor of New Testament Theology, Cedarville University ‐ School of Biblical and Theological Studies|
Honors and Awards
- Nannie Bruce Nelson Award in New Testament, SEBTS (2002)
|2012||Ph.D., University of Aberdeen|
|2006||Master of Theology, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary|
|2003||Master of Divinity, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary|
|1998||Bachelor of Science, University of Georgia|
School of Biblical and Theological Studies
'Behold, I Make All Things New': An Intertextual Analysis of New Creation in Galatians, 2 Corinthians, and Ephesians Faculty Dissertations (2012)
This thesis investigates the relationship between the portraits of new creation in the Hauptbriefe (specifically, in 2 Corinthians and Galatians) and Ephesians. The thesis partly responds to those scholars who argue for a limited understanding ...
Anti-Judaism, John the Baptist, and the Gospel of John Biblical and Theological Studies Faculty Publications (2006)
The subject of this thesis is the relationship between anti-Judaism and John the Baptist in the Gospel of John. The aim of this study is to use the Baptist's character as a means of better ...
As It Was in the Beginning: An Intertextual Analysis of New Creation in Galatians, 2 Corinthians, and Ephesians Faculty Books (2015)
Paul's comments regarding the new creation in 2 Cor 5:17 and Gal 6:15 have tended to be understood somewhat myopically. Some argue the phrase "new creation" solely refers to the inward transformation believers have experienced ...
Spiritual Warfare and the Church's Mission according to Ephesians 6:10-17 Tyndale Bulletin (2016)
Ephesians 6:10–17 is typically understood as either a call to engage in spiritual warfare with the "powers" or as a plea for ethical living. While these two interpretations are not necessarily incorrect, they are likely ...
Scholarly Presentation (7)
Institutional Racism, 'Horizontal Spiritual Warfare,' and Ephesians 6:10-17 Evangelical Theological Society's 2017 Annual Meeting (2017)
In this paper, Dr. Owens attempts to demonstrate that the biblical texts that correlate demonic activity with human institutions (particularly Psalm 82) allow institutional racism to be viewed as an aspect of spiritual warfare and ...