Professor of Historical Theology
BA, Oklahoma Christian University; MDiv, Harding University Graduate School of Religion; PhD, Calvin Theological Seminary. Bible and Historical Theology.
After Arminius: An Historical Introduction to Arminian Theology. (Under contract with Oxford University Press. Co-authored with Tom McCall.)
Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. (Co-authored with Tom McCall.) Translated into Portuguese as Jacó Armínio: Teólogo da Graça. São Paulo: Editora Reflexão, 2016.
- Some Scholarly Articles:
“The Restoration Movement, the Habit of Schism, and a Proposal for Unity,” Christian Studies28 (2016): 7-20.
“Restorationism and Church History: Strange Bedfellows?” Christian Studies 26 (2013–14): 21-32.
“Methodological Musings on Historiography (A Rejoinder),” Church History and Religious Culture 92 (2012): 121-9.
“ M. Baugh and the Meaning of Foreknowledge: Another Look,” Trinity Journal 26 (2005): 19-31.
- Blog Articles
- Some Popular-Level Articles:
“‘Baptism in the Sea’: An Invitation to Typological Interpretation,” Leaven21/2 (2013): 70-4.
“Knowledge: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” Salt, Leaven, and Light (April 26, 2012): 1-3.
“‘Faith Comes from What is Heard’: The Reformers on the Ministry of the Word and the Holy Spirit,” Leaven 12/3 (2004): 161-6.