2007 Summer Field Study in Archaeology, Zippori Excavations, Hebrew University
2006 Summer Field Study in Archaeology, Qumran Plateau Project, Dr. Randall Price
1990-1996 Ph.D. Studies in Humanities, The University of Texas at Dallas
1987-1989 Doctoral Studies in Science, Southern Methodist University
1987 Summer Field Study in Archaeology, Tel Yoqneam, Yoqneam Project, Hebrew University
1983-1987 M.S., Geology, Southern Methodist University
1983 Summer Field Study in Geology, Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado, University of Texas
1981-1983 B.S., Geology, (Honors) University of Texas at Austin
1978-1980 Lee College, A.A., Geology
2015-present Senior Associate Professor of Science and History, Criswell College
1985-2015 Assistant Professor of Science and History, Criswell College
2014-present Adjunct Professor of Science, Arlington Baptist College
2000-Summer Field Study in Sociology, Manila, Philippines, Greenhills Christian Fellowship/Criswell College
1998-1999 Adjunct Professor of Science, Dallas Christian College
1994 -1996 Seminary Extension Instructor in History at the Federal Corrections Institute in Seagoville, TX
1984-1985 Director of Student Laboratories, Southern Methodist University
1983-1984 Teaching Assistant in Geology, Southern Methodist University
1979-1980 Teaching Assistant in Geology, Lee College
Typology charts of Bronze Age Aegean Swords in Dan Howard, “Bronze Age Military Equipment,” Pen and Sword Books Ltd. 2011.
Seax Classification Charts in Paul Mortimer, “Woden’s Warriors: Warfare, Beliefs, Arms and Armour in Northern Europe in 6th-7thh Centuries,” 2011.
“Living Position and Functional Morphology of Illymatogyra arietina as an Adaptation to a Changing Substrate, Del Rio Formation, Central Texas” a paper delivered to the geology department at UT Austin. Collections and Reports are on file in the Paleoecology lab, University of Texas at Austin.
“The Paleoecology of Faunas Associated with Fan-Delta Systems in the Pennsylvanian Taos Trough, Taos County, New Mexico” (Master’s Thesis, reported to geology department at SMU, collections Heroy Archives SMU).
“Stratigraphic Traps in Pennsylvanian Sand Bodies on the Eastern Shelf and Concho Platform” (Major assignment as geologist for Lomak Petroleum, maps and documents in the prospect files of Lomak Petroleum Michigan).
Contributor to The Believer’s Study Bible (study notes on Genesis and Psalms), Thomas Nelson, 1995.
“Creation: Fact or Fiction” Article for Essential Connection Magazine, January 1996 (republished in SBC Sunday School Board (now LifeWay) youth curriculum.
“A Study on Studying: What Every Student Should Know” Criswell Press and Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary; Internet Publication, 1998.
Faith and Culture Seminar, Bethel Baptist Church, Kansas, 2003
World Religions Seminar, Fellowship Baptist Church, Forney Texas, 2003
Diversity Seminar for Dallas Community College Administrators and Staff, 2002
Itinerant Lecture Series:
“The Interface Between Science and Theology”
“The Life of Christ in Biblical Archaeology”
“The Life of Paul in Biblical Archaeology”
“An Archaeological Tour of Ancient Israel
Reviews of books on science, technology and theories of creation published in the Criswell Theological Review
Reviews of movies with messianic elements published in the student newspaper and Internet
Review articles on Viking and Renaissance swords http://www.myarmoury.com/review_cerv_vik.html
“Ancient of Days: An Orientation in the Ancient World”
Background work for Old Testament Studies from an Archaeological and Textual Perspective.
“The Word Make Flesh: An Orientation in the Roman World”
Background work for New Testament Studies from an Archaeological and Textual Perspective.
“Heaven and Earth: An Orientation in the Natural Sciences”
Space Science, Earth Science and Life Science with a summary of theological positions relative to modern science
“World Religions and the Christian Message”
A summary work of major religions and denominations set within the context of the message of Scripture.
“Moving Pictures: A Brief History of Cinematic Theology”
A textbook written for the course HUM 405 Cinematic Theology. It reviews the development of cinema within the changing social landscape and critiques the theological messages contained within many of the movies made at the end of the 20th century.
“Science and Theology: A Compendium”
Summary of the debate along the interface between science and theology
“This Life as Loves”
Poetry about ordinary life (poems published in anthologies and the internet)
Other poems related to post-modern life, philosophy and theology
Significant Activities of Service
To the College
Director of the Criswell College Writing Center
Liaison between student government and administration
Continuous Ex Officio member of Student Development and Graduation Committee
Certifying Official for the Veterans Administration, Criswell College
Interim Dean of Students
Criswell College’s director of Students in cooperation with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Zippori Excavations, Zippori, Israel, Summer 2007
Assistant Director of Student Excavations in cooperation with Dr. Randall Price