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Title: Professor of Humanities
Office: Trask Hall 312B
Professional Information: PhD in Humanities, Florida State University,
Master of Divinity, AGTS,
BS in Math, Georgia Southern University Senior Editor of The Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation, Oxford University Press.
Job Responsibilities: Courses in Humanities, English, and Frameworks
Org Memberships: Midwest Region of Society of Biblical Literature,
American Academy of Religion,National Society of Biblical Literature, National Association of Humanities Education
Courses Taught: ENGL 496: Senior Seminar for English and English Education Majors,
HUMN 231, 233, and 431: Introduction to Western Humanities PHIL 475: Modern and Postmodern Philosophy FRWK 220: Interdisciplinary, Order and Disorder FRWK 230: Humanity ENGL 211: Composition and Rhetoric,
HUMN 231/233/431: Introduction to Western Humanities, and PHIL 475: Modern and Postmodern Philosophy
Publications: Interpreting the Bible: A Handbook of Terms and Methods, Baker Book House,
Biblical Interpretation: An Integrated Approach, Baker Book House,
Reading Mark from the Outside, Christian Universities Press,
Articles in The Encyclopedia of Christian Literature "Eco-ing Mark" in Essays in Literature "Eco-ing Mark,"
"Samson, Tragic Hero or Comic Anti-hero?"
"The Role of Spirit-filled Worship,"
"The Role of the Reader in Interpretation" Four entries in the Encyclopedia of Christian Literature, Scarecrow Press
Started Work: 1985
Favorite Thing About Work: The challenge of inquisitive students, good colleagues, and the stimulating life of learning from great literature, art, music, and conversation.
Originally From: Bainbridge, GA
Personal Information: My favorite past times are reading Post-modern novels and golfing.