Curriculum Vitae

 
Courses
Taught
  • New Testament Backgrounds

  • New Testament Survey

  • New Testament Introduction

  • Intertestamental History

  • Greek Grammar

  • Romans

  • James

  • Eschatology

  • Church History

  • Apologetics

  • Comparative World Religions

Publications
  • (2008), a book review of God and Empire: Jesus Against Rome Then and Now, by John Dominic Crossan, Stone-Campbell Journal, 11.2, Fall 2008, p. 304-305.

  • (2009), a book review of Everyday Theology: How to Read Cultural Texts and Interpret Trends, by Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Stone-Campbell Journal, 12.1, Spring 2009, 91-93.

  • (2009), a book review of James, Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament: 16, by Craig L. Blomberg and Mariam J. Kamell, edited by Clinton E. Arnold, Stone-Campbell Journal, 12.2, Fall 2009, 314-317.

  • (2009), a book review of Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek, by Constantine R. Campbell, Stone-Campbell Journal, 12.2, Fall 2009, 295-297.

  • (2010), a book review of A New Reader’s Lexicon of the Greek New Testament, by Michael H. Burer and Jeffery E. Miller, Stone-Campbell Journal, 13.1, Spring 2010, 146-148.

  • (2010), a book review of Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview and Cultural Formation, by James K. A. Smith, Cultural Liturgies: 1, Stone-Campbell Journal, 13.2, Fall 2010, 282-284.

  • (2011), a book review of Basics of Biblical Greek: Grammar. 3rd ed., by William D. Mounce, Stone-Campbell Journal, 14.1, Spring 2011, 126-128.

  • (2011), a book review of The Hebrew Gospel and the Development of the Synoptic Tradition, by James R. Edwards, Stone-Campbell Journal, 14.2, Fall 2011, 309-310.

  • (2011), a book review of Fundamentals of New Testament Greek, by Stanley E. Porter, Jeffrey T. Reed, and Matthew Brooke O’Donnell, and Fundamentals of New Testament Greek: Workbook, by Stanley E. Porter and Jeffrey T. Reed, Stone-Campbell Journal, 14.2, Fall 2011, 305-307.

  • (2012), a book review of The UBS Greek New Testament: Reader’s Edition with Textual Notes, by Barclay M. Newman and Florian Voss, editors, Stone-Campbell Journal, 16.1, Spring 2013, 116.

  • (2013), a book review of Hermeneutics: An Introduction to Interpretive Theory, by Stanley E. Porter and Jason C. Robinson, Stone-Campbell Journal, 16.1, Spring 2013, 134-136.

  • (2013), a book review of Novum Testamentum Graecum Editio Critica Maior: Parallel Pericopes: Special Volume Regarding the Synoptic Gospels, by Holger Strutwolf and Klaus Wachtel, Stone-Campbell Journal, 16.1, Spring 2013, 139-140.

  • (2013), a book review of Prepositions and Theology in the Greek New Testament: an Essential Reference Resource for Exegesis, by Murray Harris, Stone-Campbell Journal, 16.2, Fall 2013, 297-298.

  • (2014), a book review of The Early Text of the New Testament, by Charles E. Hill and Michael J. Kruger, Stone-Campbell Journal, 17.1, Spring 2014, 139-141.

  • (2014), a book review of Verbal Aspect in the Synoptic Parallels: On the Method and Meaning of Divergent Tense-Form Usage in the Synoptic Passion Narratives, by Wally Cirafesi, Stone-Campbell Journal, 17.2, Fall 2014, 296-297.

  • (2015), a co-authored article, Aaron Burgess and James Sedlacek, “Academic Freedom in Christian Church (Independent) Institutions of Higher Education: Critical Matters Regarding Academic Freedom,” Stone-Campbell Journal, 18.1, Spring 2015, 13-25.

  • (2015), a book review of The Greek Article: A Functional Study of the o- Items in the Greek New Testament with Special Emphasis on the Greek Article, by Ronald J. Peters, Stone-Campbell Journal, 18.1, Spring 2015, 141-143.

  • (2015), a book review of Creation Language in Romans 8: A Study in Monosemy, by Gregory P. Fewster, Stone-Campbell Journal, 18.1, Spring 2015, 143-144.

  • (2016), a book review of New Testament Language and Exegesis: A Diachronic Approach. WUNT: 323, by Chrys Caragounis, Stone-Campbell Journal, 19.1, Spring 2016, 148-149.

  • (2016), a book review of The Greek Verb, Morphology, Syntax, and Semantics: Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting on Greek Linguistics, Agrigento, October 1-3, 2009. By Annamaria Bartolotta, Stone-Campbell Journal, 19.2, Fall 2016, 296-298.

  • (2016), a book review of Advances in the Study of Greek: New Insights for Reading the New Testament, by Constantine R. Campbell, Stone-Campbell Journal, 19.2, Fall 2016. 299-300.

  • (2016), an article, James E. Sedlacek, “Reimagining Οἶδα: Indo-European Etymology, Morphology and Semantics Point to its Aspect,” Conversations with The Biblical World, vol. 36, 2016.

  • (2017), a book review of Koinh; Grammatikhv. Koine Greek Grammar: A Beginning-Intermediate Greek Exegetical and Pragmatic Handbook, by Fredrick Long, Stone-Campbell Journal, 20.1, Spring 2017, 136-138.

  • (2017), a book review of , by David L. Matthewson and Elodie Ballantine Emig, , 20.1, Spring 2017, 138-140.

  • (2017), a book review of , 20.1, Spring 2017, 140-141.

  • (2017), a book review of The Greek Verb Revisited: A Fresh Approach for Biblical Exegesis, by Steve Runge and Chris Fresch, Stone-Campbell Journal, 20.2, Fall 2017, 294-296.

  • (2018), a book review of , by Klaas Bentein, , 21.1, Spring 2018, pagination pending.

  • (2018), a book review of NovTSup 167, by Paul Robertson, , 21.1, Spring 2018, pagination pending.

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Presentations
  • (2009), “Shifting Horizons: More Horizons to Consider,” Presented at Cincinnati Christian University Seminary Department, Biblical Studies Forum, February 17, Cincinnati, OH.

  • (2009), “Constructing a Hermeneutical Model: Horizons in Dialogue,” Presented at Cincinnati Christian University, 2009 Stone-Campbell Journal Conference, April 17-18, Cincinnati, OH.

  • (2011), “Issues in Job 41: Using the Broad Dialogue Model,” Presented at Cincinnati Christian University, 2011 Midwest Regional Evangelical Theological Society Conference, March 25-26, Cincinnati, OH.

  • (2011), “Verbal Aspect in James: a Close Look at Hermeneutical Issues,” Presented at Cincinnati Christian University, 2011 Stone Campbell Journal Conference, April 8-9, Cincinnati, OH.

  • (2012), “Changes in the Understanding of the Greek Aorist Indicative Tense-form from the late 1980’s to Present Day: Semantics and Pragmatics,” Presented at the 2012 Aldersgate Forum, October 24, Higher Ground, Indiana.

  • (2015), “Perfect Tense-form in Pauline Literature: Considerations When Regarding the Verbal Aspect of the Perfect Tense-form in 1 Corinthians 15:4,” Presented at the 2015 Stone-Campbell Journal Conference, April 10, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • (2016), “Reimagining Οἶδα: Indo-European Etymology, Morphology and Semantics Point to its Aspect,” Presented at the 2016 Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society regional meeting, March 10, Perrysville, Ohio.

  • (2016), “A Corpus-based Approach for Analysing Greek Perfect Tense-forms: Problems in Corpus Design and its Functionality,” presented at the 2016 Summer School in Corpus Linguistics, June 22, University of Birmingham, UK.

  • (2017), “A Model for Greek Verbs: A New Construction with an Aim towards Applying Verbal Aspect Theory,” presented at the 2017 Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society regional meeting, March 16, Akron, Ohio.

  • (2017), “Connecting the Morphology of the Greek Perfect to its Aspectual Properties,” Presented at the 2017 Stone-Campbell Journal Conference, April 7, Johnson University, Knoxville, TN.

  • (2017), “Specialised Uses of the Perfect Tense-form in the Pauline Epistles,” Presented at the 2018 British New Testament Conference, September 2, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Kildare, Ireland.

  • (2017), “A Diachronic Analysis of The Form of the Greek Perfect and its Associated Uses: Arguing for a Complex Verbal Aspect,” Presented at the 13th International Conference on Greek Linguistics, September 7, Westminster College, London, United Kingdom.

  • (2018), “Corpus Composition and Methods for Diachronic Research of New Testament Epistles,” Presented at 2018 Midwest Region SBL, February 3, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana.

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