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ANDREW W. PITTS
Email: andrewwp@gmail.com
951.259.7219
646 S Barrington Ave, Unit 110
Los Angeles, CA, 90049

Educational History
Ph.D. Christian Theology (New Testament Studies) (in process). MCMASTER
DIVINITY COLLEGE. Hamilton, Ontario. 2007-present.
Dissertation: The Transmission of the Jesus Tradition in Luke: A NarrativeHistoriographic Framework for Source Integration in the Third Gospel
M.A. Christian Studies (Biblical Studies). MCMASTER DIVINITY COLLEGE.
Hamilton, Ontario. 1.2006-5.2007
Thesis: Paul and Paideia: Assessing Early Literary, Rhetorical and Philosophical
Influences
B.Th. (Bachelor of Theology). MASTER’S COLLEGE AND SEMINARY. Los
Angeles, California. 2003-05
Honors: summa cum laude
Thesis: Aspectual Choice as a Discourse Constraint in Expositional Literarytypes: Ephesians as a Test Case
B.B.S. (Bachelor in Biblical Studies). CALVARY CHAPEL BIBLE COLLEGE.
Murrieta, California. 2001-2003
A.A. (Social Science). FAULKNER STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Bay
Minette, Alabama. 1998-2000
Employment and Professional Affiliations
This section provides a conspectus of my post-undergraduate employment and
professional activities under the following categories:
(1) academic administration,
(2) academic teaching/positions,
(3) honors and prizes,
(4) invited lectures,
(5) professional affiliations,
(6) leadership and vocational ministry experience.
1. Academic Administration
Academic Dean, Veritas Evangelical Seminary, Murrieta, CA, 2010-2012
2. Academic Teaching/Positions
Associate Professor of Biblical Studies, Veritas Evangelical Seminary, Murrieta, CA
Courses Taught:
Biblical Hebrew I (March 15-August 15, 2010)

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Jewish and Greco-Roman Contexts for the New Testament (January 24-29, 2011)
Exegesis of Galatians (March 21-26, 2011)
Systematic Theology I: Prolegomena and Bibliology (November 14-19, 2011)
Biblical Greek (October 22nd-February 2nd, 2011)
Adjunct Professor, Bethel Seminary, San Diego, CA
Courses Taught:
Intermediate Greek (March 28-June 10, 2011)
Genesis through Ruth (September 17th-December 10th, 2012)
Adjunct Professor, Antioch School of Church Planting and Leadership Development,
Ames, IA
Courses Taught:
Bible Backgrounds (January 25st-May 3rd, 2010)
Adjunct Professor, Heritage Seminary, Cambridge, ON
Course Taught:
Romans (February 22-26, 2010)
Adjunct Professor, McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, ON
Courses Taught:
Paul: His Life, Letters and Theology (June 22-26, 2009)
The Petrine Epistles (June 21-25, 2010)
Teaching Assistant for Stanley E. Porter awarded for 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009,
2009-2010.
3. Honors and Prizes
2006
2007
2007
2008
2008
2009

The John Billes Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Biblical Studies
The Edith Laurence McDermid Scholarship
The John Billes Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Biblical Studies
The Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society Student Paper Prize for “Luke, History
and Intertextuality: A Narrative-Historiographic Analysis of Luke’s Use of
Sources.”
The Jeremias Prize, awarded by The Canadian Society of Biblical Studies for
“The Citation of Authoritative Literature in Greco-Roman Historiography and in
Luke(-Acts).”
The John Billes Scholarship for GPA in Biblical Studies

4. Invited Lectures
4 Guest Lectures on Greek Exegesis and Mark throughout the semester for NT2I03/6I06
Greek Exegesis of Mark, filling in for Professor Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity
College (August-December, 2006), Hamilton, ON.
3 Guest Lectures on Greek Exegesis and Luke throughout the semester for NT2I03/6I06
Greek Exegesis of Luke, filling in for Professor Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity
College (August-December, 2007), Hamilton, ON.

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4 Guest Lectures on Greek Exegesis and John throughout the semester for NT2I03/6I06
Greek Exegesis of John, filling in for Professor Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity
College (August-December, 2008), Hamilton, ON.
“Weighing the Historical and Philosophical Evidence for the Resurrection: Methods and
Issues.” Guest Lecture given at the University of Toronto, The God Question (March 11,
2008), Toronto, ON.
5 Guest Lectures on Greek Exegesis and Mark throughout the semester for NT2I03/6I06
Greek Exegesis of Mark, filling in for Professor Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity
College (August-December, 2009), Hamilton, ON..
“Publishing as a Graduate Student,” Guest Lecture and Q&A for G100 Research
Methods, Professor Michael Knowles, McMaster Divinity College (November 2, 2010),
Hamilton, ON.
5. Professional Affiliations
Research Partner, OpenText.org, since 2005.
- Duties:
- Greek Linguistic-Syntactic Annotation of the Didache
- Greek Linguistic-Syntactic Annotation of Selected Papyri
- Semantic Domain Disambiguation
- Syntactic Corrections for Luke
Research Consultant (Greek) for Logos Bible Software, since 2006.
- Duties: Greek Linguistic Annotation of Josephus, Translation of Judges for the
LXX Interlinear Project
Member, Evangelical Theological Society, since 2004.
Member, Society of Biblical Literature, since 2005.
Member, Institute for Ancient and Biblical Greek Linguistics, since 2006.
Member, Canadian Society of Biblical Studies, since 2007.
Member, Society of Textual Scholarship, since 2007.
6. Leadership and Vocational Ministry Experience
Antioch Church, LA
Pastor of Vision and Teaching. July 2012-present
Rancho Community Church. Temecula, CA.
Church Planting Pastor/Teaching Pastor, Antioch. January 2010-present.

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Harvest Bible Chapel Oakville. Oakville, ON.
Resident Theologian/ Director of Young Adults. March 2007-2009.
La Cañada Korean Church. Los Angelos, CA.
Director of Student Ministries. 2003-2005.
The Fold Outreach and Ministries. Temecula, CA.
College Pastor/ Director of the School of Ministry. 2001-2003, 2005.
Valley Christian Fellowship. Temecula, CA.
Pastor of Student Ministries. 2000-2002.
Publications, Conference Papers and Presentations
The following complete list of publications and conference papers includes the following
categories:
(1) authored books,
(2) editorial activity,
(3) edited books,
(4) articles in referred journals,
(5) chapters/articles in books/dictionaries,
(6) book reviews,
(7) conferences papers and presentations.
1. Authored Books
A Handbook for the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, co-author with Stanley E.
Porter (Eerdmans New Testament Greek Series; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans). Textbook. In
Preparation.
1 Peter: A Linguistic Commentary (Linguistic Biblical Studies; Leiden: Brill, 2013).
Monograph. In preparation.
The Greek of the New Testament: A Grammatical Handbook, co-author with Stanley E.
Porter (Eerdmans New Testament Greek Series; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2012).
Textbook. In Preparation. Under contract.
Galatians (The Brill Exegetical Commentary Series; Leiden: Brill, forthcoming). Under
Contract.
Romans (The Brill Exegetical Commentary Series; Leiden: Brill, forthcoming). Under
Contract.
2 Esdras (Brill Septuagint Commentary Series; Leiden: Brill, forthcoming).
Monograph/Commentary. Under Contract.

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2. Editorial Activity
Editor, with Stanley E. Porter, The Brill Exegetical Commentary Series, Brill Publishing,
2009-current.
New Testament Editor, The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, Logos Publishing,
2011-current.
3. Edited Books
Christian Origins and Classical Culture: Literary and Social Contexts for the New
Testament, co-editor with Stanley E. Porter (TENTS 9; Early Christianity in its
Hellenistic Context 1; Leiden: Brill, 2013).
Christian Origins and Hellenistic Judaism: Literary and Social Contexts for the New
Testament, co-editor with Stanley E. Porter (TENTS 10; Early Christianity in its
Hellenistic Context 2; Leiden: Brill, 2013).
The Language of the New Testament: Context, History and Development, co-editor with
Stanley E. Porter (Linguistic Biblical Studies 6; Early Christianity in its Hellenistic
Context 3; Leiden: Brill, 2013).
4. Articles in Refereed Journals
“New Testament Greek Language and Linguistics in Recent Research,” co-author with
Stanley E. Porter. Currents in Biblical Research 6.2 (2008), 214-55.
“tou/to prw/ton ginw,skontej o[ti in 2 Peter 1:20 and Hellenistic Epistolary Convention,”
co-author with Stanley E. Porter. Journal of Biblical Literature 127 (2008), 165-71.
“Paul and his Bible: His Education and Use of the Scriptures of Israel,” co-author with
Stanley E. Porter. Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 5 (2008), 9-41.
5. Chapters/Articles in Books/Dictionaries
“Hellenistic Schools in Jerusalem and Paul’s Rhetorical Education.” In Stanley E. Porter
(ed.), Paul’s World (Pauline Studies 4; Leiden: Brill, 2008), 19-50.
“Unity and Diversity in Pauline Eschatology.” In Stanley E. Porter (ed.), Paul as Jew,
Greek and Roman (Pauline Studies 5; Leiden; New York: Brill, 2008), 65-91.
“Pi,stij with a Preposition and Genitive Modifier: Lexical Semantic and Syntactic
Considerations in the pi,stij Cristou/ Discussion,” co-author with Stanley E. Porter. In
Michael F. Bird and Preston M. Sprinkle (eds.), The Faith of Jesus Christ: Problems and
Prospects (Carlisle/ Peabody: Paternoster/ Hendrickson, 2009), 33-53.

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“Epistolary and Philosophical Contexts for Pauline Paraenesis.” In Stanley E. Porter and
Sean A. Adams (eds.), Paul and the Hellenistic Letter Form: Uses and Adaptations
(Pauline Studies 6; Leiden/New York: Brill, 2010), 269-306.
“Hans Kung.” In George Kurian (ed.), Encyclopedia of Christian Literature (4 vols.;
Oxford: Oxford/Blackwell, 2010), pg. numbers unavailable.
“Benjamin Warfield.” In George Kurian (ed.), Encyclopedia of Christian Literature (4
vols.; Oxford: Oxford/Blackwell, 2010), pg. numbers unavailable.
“James Orr.” In George Kurian (ed.), Encyclopedia of Christian Literature (4 vols.;
Oxford: Oxford/Blackwell, 2010), pg. numbers unavailable.
“Albert Ritschl.” In George Kurian (ed.), Encyclopedia of Christian Literature (4 vols.;
Oxford: Oxford/Blackwell, 2010), in loc.
“Apocrypha (Deuterocanonicals, Intertestamentals),” “Christ, titles of,” “Deity,”
“Disciple (see also Twelve Disciples, The),” “Epistle,” “Eschatology,” “Galatians,
Epistle to the,” “Greek language,” “Hell,” Hermeneutics,” “Luke, Gospel of,” “Pastoral
Epistles,” “Providence,” “Qumran,” “Son of God,” “Son of man.” In Mary Ann Beavis
and Michael Gilmour (eds.), The Dictionary of the Bible and Western Culture: A
Handbook for Students (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2012), in loc.
“The Use and Non-Use of Prophetic Literature in Hellenistic Jewish Historiography.” In
Mark J. Boda and Lissa Wray Beal (eds.), Prophets and Prophecy in Ancient Israelite
Historiography (Biblical and Comparative Perspectives; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns,
2012), 229-52.
“Christian Origins and Classical Culture: An Introductory Essay,” co-author with
Stanley E. Porter. In Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), Christian Origins and
Classical Culture: Literary and Social Contexts for the New Testament (TENTS 9; Early
Christianity in its Hellenistic Context 1; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 1-14.
“Source Citation in Greek Historiography and in Luke(-Acts).” In Stanley E. Porter and
Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), Christian Origins and Classical Culture: Literary and Social
Contexts for the New Testament (TENTS 9; Early Christianity in its Hellenistic Context
1; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 349-88.
“Christian Origins and Hellenistic Judaism: An Introductory Essay,” co-author with
Stanley E. Porter. In Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), Christian Origins and
Hellenistic Judaism: Literary and Social Contexts for the New Testament (TENTS 10;
Early Christianity in its Hellenistic Context 2; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 1-12.
“The Spirit in Second Temple Jewish Monotheism and the Origins of Early Christology,”
co-author with Seth Polinger. In Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), Christian

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Origins and Hellenistic Judaism: Literary and Social Contexts for the New Testament
(TENTS 10; Early Christianity in its Hellenistic Context 2; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 135-76.
“The Language of the New Testament: An Introductory Essay,” co-author with Stanley
E. Porter. In Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), The Language of the New
Testament: Context, History and Development (Linguistic Biblical Studies 6; Early
Christianity in its Hellenistic Context 3; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 1-8.
“Greek Case in the Hellenistic and Byzantine Grammarians.” In Stanley E. Porter and
Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), The Language of the New Testament: Context, History and
Development (Linguistic Biblical Studies 4; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 261-82.
“Greek Clause Structure and Word Order: A Synchronic Study of the New Testament
Corpus.” In Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), The Language of the New
Testament: Context, History and Development (Linguistic Biblical Studies 6; Early
Christianity in its Hellenistic Context 3; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 311-46.
“The Disclosure Formula in the Epistolary Papyri and in the New Testament:
Development, Form, Function and Syntax,” co-author with Stanley E. Porter. In Stanley
E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (eds.), The Language of the New Testament: Context,
History and Development (Linguistic Biblical Studies 6; Early Christianity in its
Hellenistic Context 3; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 421-38.
“The Authorship of Hebrews: A Further Development in the Luke-Paul Relationship,”
co-author with Joshua Walker. In Stanley E. Porter and Christopher D. Land (eds.),
Paul’s Social Relations (PAST 7; Leiden: Brill, 2013), 143-84.
“John Dominic Crossan and the Gospel of Peter,” co-author with Stanley E. Porter. In
Robert L. Webb and Robert J. Miller (eds.), Jesus as Eschatological Challenge:
Engaging the Work of John Dominic Crossan (London: T&T Clark/Continuum, 2013),
forthcoming.
“E.P. Sanders and Synoptic Tendencies,” co-author with Stanley E. Porter. In Robert L.
Webb and Mark S. Goodacre (eds.), Jesus as Restoration Prophet: Engaging the Work of
E.P. Sanders (London: T&T Clark/Continuum, 2013), forthcoming.
“Critical Realism in Context: The Historical Method of N.T. Wright and Analytical
Epistemology,” co-author with Stanley E. Porter. In Robert L. Webb and Mark Allan
Powell (eds.), Jesus as Israel's Messiah: Engaging the Work of N. Thomas Wright
(London: T&T Clark/Continuum, 2013), forthcoming.
“Martin Hengel, the New Tübingen School and the Study of Christian Origins.” In
Stanley E. Porter and Sean A. Adams (eds.), Pillars of Biblical Interpretation: Old and
New (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2013), forthcoming.

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“Albert Schweitzer: Jewish-Apocalyptic and Christian Origins.” In Stanley E. Porter and
Sean A. Adams (eds.), Pillars of Biblical Interpretation: Old and New (Grand Rapids:
Eerdmans, 2013), forthcoming.
“Daniel Patte: Structuralism and Social Semiotic.” In Stanley E. Porter and Sean A.
Adams (eds.), Pillars of Biblical Interpretation: Old and New (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,
2013), forthcoming.
“Corporate Identity and Corporate Election in Pauline Soteriology.” In Stanley E. Porter
and Mark J. Boda (eds.), James Barr: His Legacy and Influence (Biblical Studies Series;
Hamilton, ON: McMaster Divinity College Press/ Pickwick, 2012), forthcoming.
“Pre-Gnostic Trajectories in Paul’s View of the Resurrection Body?” In Stanley E. Porter
(ed.), Paul and Gnosis (PAST 8; Leiden: Brill, 2014), forthcoming.
6. Book Reviews
F. J. Long, Ancient Rhetoric and Paul’s Apology. Journal of Greco-Roman
Christianity and Judaism (JGRChJ) 3 (2006): R39-R45.
B.W. Longenecker, Rhetoric at the Boundaries: The Art and Theology of New Testament
Chain-Link Transitions. JGRChJ 3 (2006): R53-R59.
D. Denton Jr., Historiography and Hermeneutics in Jesus Studies: An Examination of the
Work of John Dominic Crossan and Ben F. Meyer. JGRChJ 3 (2006): R46-R52.
I.S.C. Kwong, The Word Order of the Gospel of Luke: Its Foregrounded Message.
JGRChJ 3 (2006): R60-R64.
Michelle V. Lee, Paul, the Stoics, and the Body of Christ. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R10-R13.
Thomas R. Hatina (ed.), Biblical Interpretation in Early Christian Gospels, Volume 1:
The Gospel of Mark. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R14-R20.
Loveday Alexander, Acts in its Ancient Literary Context: A Classicist Looks at the Acts
of the Apostles. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R36-R40.
Scholar’s Library: Gold – Logos Bible Software 3. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R72-82.
Kuo-Wei Peng, Hate the Evil, Hold Fast to the Good. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R95-R100.
Paul Rhodes Eddy and Gregory A. Boyd, The Jesus Legend. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R125129.
Stanley E. Porter (ed.), Paul and his Theology. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R130-R135.
T.J. Kraus, Ad fontes: Original Manuscripts and their Significance for Studying Early
Christianity. JGRChJ 5 (2008): R141-145.
J.S. Kloppenborg with J.W. Marshall (eds.), Apocalypticism, Anti-Semitism and the
Historical Jesus: Subtexts in Criticism. JGRChJ 7 (2010): R1-R7.
J.H. Kim, The Significance of Clothing Imagery in the Pauline Corpus. JGRChJ 7
(2010): R8-R10.
James F. Davis, Lex Talionis in Early Judaism and the Exhortation of Jesus in Matthew
5.38-42. JGRChJ 7 (2010): R11-R13.
Nancy Calvert-Koyzis, Paul, Monotheism and the People of God. JGRChJ 7 (2010):
R14-R17.

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A. Chester, Messiah and Exaltation. JGRChJ 7 (2010): R18-R21.
P.M. Phillips, The Prologue of the Fourth Gospel: A Sequential Reading. JGRChJ 7
(2010).
A. Asano, Community-Identity Construction in Galatians. JGRChJ 7 (2010).
Scholar’s Library: Platinum – Logos Bible Software 4. JGRChJ 7 (2010).
BibleWorks LLC, BibleWorks 8 Norfolk, VA: BibleWorks, 2009. JGRChJ 7 (2010).
A.H.I. Lee, From Messiah to Preexistent Son. JGRChJ 7 (2010).
7. Conference Papers and Presentations
“Aspectual Choice and Discourse Prominence in Expositional Literary-types: Ephesians
as a Case Study.” Evangelical Theological Society Regional Meeting (April 15, 2005),
San Diego, CA.
“What’s Up in Syntax.” Linguistic Institute for Ancient and Biblical Greek Annual
Meeting (August 24, 2006), McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
“Exploring the Intersection between Lexis and Grammar: The Role of Case Morphology
in the Relational Structure of Hellenistic Greek.” Linguistic Institute for Ancient and
Biblical Greek Annual Meeting (August 24, 2006), McMaster University, Hamilton,
Ontario.
“Hellenistic Moral Philosophy and the Greek Epistolary Tradition: Implications for the
Study of Pauline Paraenesis.” Theological Research Seminar (September 18, 2006),
McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, ON.
“Identity Construction and Paraenesis in 1 Peter: A Semantic Analysis of Communal
Terminology.” With Matthew Brook O’Donnell. Society of Biblical Literature Annual
Meeting (November 22, 2006), Biblical Lexicography Section, Washington D.C.
“Case in the Greek of the New Testament: A Systemic Approach.” Society of Biblical
Literature Annual Meeting (November 21, 2006), Greek Language and Linguistics
Section, Washington D.C.
“Implementing an Algorithm for Detecting Paragraph Divisions in Greek Narrative
Discourse using the OpenText.org Database.” with Sean A. Adams. The Society for
Textual Scholarship International Meeting (March 15, 2007), New York University, New
York City, NY.
“Syntactic Patterns in the Greek New Testament: A Systemic Functional Analysis of
Word Group and Clause Structure.” Linguistic Institute for Ancient and Biblical Greek
Annual Meeting (August 15, 2007), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON.
“Tarsus or Jerusalem? A Reassessment of de. evn th/| po,lei tau,th| in Acts 22.3,”
Theological Research Seminar (November 10, 2007), McMaster Divinity College,
Hamilton, ON.

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“Hellenistic Schools in Jerusalem and Paul’s Rhetorical Education.” Society of Biblical
Literature Annual Meeting (November 17-20, 2007), Rhetoric and the New Testament
Section, San Diego, CA.
“The Citation of Authoritative Literature in Greco-Roman Historiography and in LukeActs.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (November 17-20, 2007),
Formation of Luke-Acts Section, San Diego, CA.
“Teaching Them to Obey: The Rhetorical Function of Language and Scripture in 1
Peter.” Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting (November 16, 2007), New
Testament Section, San Diego, CA.
“Luke, History and Intertextuality: A Narrative-Historiographic Analysis of Luke’s Use
of Sources.” Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society Annual Meeting (April 3, 2008), New
Testament Section, Perrysville, OH.
“The Citation of Authoritative Literature in Greco-Roman Historiography and in LukeActs.” Canadian Society of Biblical Studies Annual Meeting (June 2008), Student Prize
Section, Vancouver, BC.
“Word Order and Clause Structure in the Language of the New Testament.” Society of
Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (November 2008), Greek Language and Linguists
Section, Boston, Mass.
“The Spirit in Second Temple Judaism and the Origins of Early Christology.”
Theological Research Seminar (September 29, 2009), McMaster Divinity College,
Hamilton, ON.
“Spirit and Truth: A Biblical Theology of Worship.” Unite in Worship Toronto (October
31, 2009), Royal Ontario Museum and the Royal Conservatory, Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit,
Toronto, ON.
“Reaching the Next Generation through the Word and Worship.” Unite in Worship
Toronto (November 1, 2009), Royal Ontario Museum and the Royal Conservatory, Dead
Sea Scrolls Exhibit, Toronto, ON.
“The Scribal Infrastructure of Early Christianity.” Evangelical Theological Society
Annual Meeting (November 19, 2009), Invited paper for the New Testament Canon,
Textual Criticism and Apocryphal Literature panel with Daniel Wallace, William Warren
and Stanley Porter, New Orleans, LA.
“Linguistic Markedness and the Use of Scripture in Gospel Narratives.” Society of
Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (November, 2012), Greek Language and Linguists
Section, Chicago, Ill.

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Language Proficiency
Classical Hebrew
Aramaic
Ancient Greek
Theological German
References
I can supply references upon request from the following people:
Academic/ Professional
H. Wayne House, Faith Evangelical College and Seminary, Distinguished Professor of
Theology, Law and Culture
Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity College, President and Professor of New Testament
Cynthia L. Westfall, McMaster Divinity College, Associate Professor of New Testament
William Varner, The Masters College, Professor of Biblical Studies
Pastoral
Scott Treadway, Lead Pastor, Rancho Community Church
Don Hallworth, Executive Pastor, Rancho Community Church
Sabo Cortez, Lead Pastor, Covenant Grace Church


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