Christian Theology, Apologetics, Comparative Religions, Biblical Preaching, Pentateuch and Former Prophets, Jesus and the Gospels, Paul and the Early Church, Overview of the Bible, The Christian Life, Foundations of Christian Thought
"Thy Will Be Done: A Dogmatic Defense of Dyothelitism in Light of Recent Monothelite Proposals," Ph.D. Diss., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014.
"By the Finger of God: The Biblical and Theological Limits of Spirit Christology," Presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, Far West Region, Costa Mesa, California.
Review of Renewing the Evangelical Mission, edited by Richard Lints. The Gospel Coalition. (July 2013).
Review of Forsaken: The Trinity and the Cross, and Why It Matters, by Thomas McCall. The Gospel Coalition. (September 2012).
Review of Infinity Dwindled to Infancy: A Catholic and Evangelical Christology, by Edward T. Oakes, SJ. Themelios 37, no. 2 (July 2012): 380-82.
Review of The Metaphysics of the Incarnation, edited by Anna Marmadoro and Jonathan Hill. Midwestern Journal of Theology 11, no. 1 (Spring 2012): 115-117.
Review of The Deity of Christ, edited by Christopher W. Morgan, Robert A. Peterson. Credo (January 2012): 68.
Review of Wisdom Christology: How Christ Becomes God’s Wisdom for Us, by Daniel J. Ebert IV. Credo.com (September 2011).
Review of Retrieving Doctrine: Essays in Reformed Theology, by Oliver D. Crisp. The Gospel Coalition (May 2011).
Review of What Is Hell?, by Christopher W. Morgan and Robert A. Peterson. The Gospel Coalition (January 2011).
Review of Psychology and Christianity: Five Views, 2nd ed., edited by Eric L. Johnson. The Gospel Coalition (January 2011).
Review of CrossTalk: Where Life & Scripture Meet, by Michael R. Emlet. The Gospel Coalition. (June 2010).
Evangelical Theological Society
Evangelical Philosophical Society
Family: Married to Josie since 2004; three children-Jack, Claire, and Henry
Interests/Hobbies: reading, running, Auburn University athletics, Americana music, politics
"Who can understand the riches of the glory of this grace? Here this rich and divine bridegroom Christ marries this poor, wicked harlot, redeems her from all her evil, and adorns her with all his goodness. Her sins cannot now destroy her, since they are laid upon Christ and swallowed up by him. And she has that righteousness in Christ, her husband, of which she may boast as of her own and which she can confidently display alongside her sins in the face of death and hell and say, 'If I have sinned, yet my Christ, in whom I believe, has not sinned, and all his is mine and all mine is his.'"