Title: Associate Professor of New Testament
Office: Trask 214P
2000 - PhD Fuller Theological Seminary
1989 - MA Fuller Theological Seminary
1987 - BA Northwest University
Society of Biblical Literature
Elementary Hellenistic Greek
Intermediate Hellenistic Greek
Advanced Hellenistic Greek
Themes in the Old Testament
Themes in the New Testament
New Testament Literature
The Book of Revelation
Colossians and Philemon
The Book of Daniel
New Testament Theology
Introduction to Theology
The Sitz im Leben of the Apocalypse: Realized Eschatology and Apocalyptic Expression.
"Revelation," in Jesus is Lord, Caesar is Not: Evaluating Empire in New Testament Studies. Scot McKnight and Joseph B. Modica, eds. IVP, Spring 2013.
"Jesus as Demon Possessed", in Who Do My Opponents Say That I Am? An Investigation of the Accusations against the Historical Jesus. Scot McKnight and Joseph B. Modica, eds. Library of New Testament Studies 327, London: T&T Clark, 2008.
“End Time Questions Teens Ask.” On Course. Springfield, MO: Gospel Publishing House. Fall 1998, reprinted Spring 2004.
Hagner, D. A. “Matthew,” 1-13; 14-28, WBC, 1993 (editing, compilation of bibliographies)
Ladd, G. E. , A Theology of the New Testament, new revised ed., Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1993. (up-dating bibliographies)
Hagner, D. A. New Testament Exegesis and Research, D. A. Hagner, 1992. (revising new edition)
PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES
“Venus and Mars in the Workplace” Northeast Regional Women in Ministry Conference. Valley Forge Christian College. March 2002.
“Culture or Gospel? How We Decide Who Will Be in Ministry” Northeast Regional Women in Ministry Conference. Valley Forge Christian College. To be presented in March 2005.
Started Work: 08/2007
Originally From: Salem, OR
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