Articles: A review of “I Will You the Mystery: A Commentary for Preaching from the Book of Revelation” in Review of Biblical Literature.
“Sexual Ethics in the New Testament.” In Christian Ethics: The Issues of Life and Death, ed. Larry Chouinard, David Fiensy, and George Pickens. Joplin, MO: Parma Press, 2004.
“Roads and Highways.” In Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books, ed. Bill T. Arnold and H. G. M. Williamson, 841-5. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2005.
“House Church Meetings in the New Testament Era.” Stone-Campbell Journal 8.2 (Fall 2005): 229-44.
“Reading the Apocalypse as Apocalyse: The Limits of Genre.” Pp. 9-41 in The Reality of Apocalypse: Rhetoric and Politics in the Book of Revelation, ed. David L. Barr. SBL Symposium Series. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 2006.
“Developing Core Competencies.” Biblical Higher Education Journal 4 (2009): 11-23.
“Time.” Pages 268-80 in Dictionary of Daily Life in Biblical and Post-biblical Antiquity. Edited by Edwin M. Yamauchi and Marvin R. Wilson. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2016.
“Characteristics of the Bible and Theology Curriculum at ABHE Institutions: Variety, Depth, and Breadth,” Biblical Higher Education Journal 14 (2019): 13-36.
A review of Martin M. Culy’s The Book of Revelation: The Rest of the Story in Review of Biblical Literature.
A review of Revelation as Civil Disobedience: Witnesses Not Warriors in John’s Apocalypse by Thomas B. Slater in Review of Biblical Literature.
“Faculty Burnout: Characteristics, Causes, and Prevention,” Biblical Higher Education Journal 18 (2023): 49-69.
Editor-in-chief of Biblical Higher Education Journal
My favorite part about teaching at Johnson is: The opportunity to help students see the relevance of the Bible for their everyday lives.
When I’m not teaching, I love to: Read books about history.
In my classes, students can expect: In-depth discussions of the meaning of New Testament texts and their application to our lives.
My best advice to a new student in my program is: Make learning your priority during this short season of your life.
Because of my influence, I most want my students to become: Fully committed, mature followers of Christ.
The myth-busting truth about my discipline I most want people to understand is: These ancient texts still speak to us and guide our lives today.
A quote that influences how I live is: “Loving other human beings means trying to create conditions by which they reach their potential as human beings.” – Morton Kelsey