I am the Academic Dean and Associate Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington, D. C. I previously served as the Associate Pastor of Christ the King Presbyterian Church in Conshohocken, PA (part of the Presbyterian Church in America) and also teach for Westminster Theological Seminary, PA.
Ph.D. Westminster Theological Seminary
Dissertation: “Heaven is a Tent: The Tabernacle as an Eschatological Metaphor in the Epistle to the Hebrews.” (supervisor: Daniel McCartney)
B.S. Furman University.
Recent Posts, Sermons, and Articles
For a complete list, see here.
Blogs and Online Resources
“The Parables of the Treasure in the Fields and the Pearl of Great Price,” Tabletalk, February 2020.
“Ordinary Bible Reading: Part 1,” The Christward Collective, Nov. 13 2017.
“Ordinary Bible Reading: Part 2,” The Christward Collective, Jan. 10, 2018.
Sermons and Videos
“Shepherds are Sheep,” Commencement address for Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington DC, 2019.
“How do I read the New Testament,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Om4AHLsbqyI
Many sermons from my ten years of weekly preaching are available at Christ the King PCA.
“Luke-Acts and Early Catholicism.” Issues in Luke-Acts. Edited by S. A. Adams and M. W. Pahl. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2012.
Articles in The Baker The Illustrated Bible Dictionary, ed. P. Enns and T. Longmann (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013) and The Baker Illustrated Study Bible (2019); lengthier articles include “Biblical Hermeneutics,” “Holy Spirit,” “Firstfruits,” “Wine,” “Leviathan,” and “Elect Lady.”