“Article XIII: Stewardship,” in The Baptist Faith and Message 2000: Critical Issues in America’s Largest Protestant Denomination, ed. Doug Blount and Joe Wooddell (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2007).
Cessationism,” The Criswell Theological Review, vol. 4, no.1, Fall 2006.
“Obligations beyond Rights: Judith Jarvis Thompson Upside Down,” presented at Cutting-Edge Bioethics: Human Life on the Line, a conference of The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity held at Criswell College, Fall 2005.
Significant Activities of Service
Tarrant Baptist Association roles:
Personnel Committee (including as chair)
Committee on Ministries in Specialized Settings
Supervisor of Six Flags Chaplaincy
Student Ministries Committee
Program Director, Steering Committee, Texas Falls Creek Youth Camp
Revival, camp, preaching, and teaching engagements: Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, India, Russia
The Greek World
The Modern World
American Culture (Contemporary Thought)
Topics in Humanities: Ancient and Roman World
Topics in Humanities: Greek and Medieval World
Topics in Humanities: Early Modern and Modern world
Introduction to Biblical Exposition
Preaching from the Old Testament
Preaching from the New Testament
Preparation of Expository Sermons
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Logic
Introductions to Ethics
Advanced Studies: Philosophical Topics: Moral Philosophy
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