I plan to pursue a PhD in biblical studies and ultimately a career of teaching and research for the church in service of the Kingdom. I like to think of myself as a "whole Bible" scholar (in an already-not-yet way) who specializes in the Gospels. I am particularly interested in notions of divine patronage and new covenant in the Gospels. I'm involved in a number of other academic projects, including IBR Students, the Logos Fellowship, and the Hippos-Susita Excavations Project. I am passionate theological education and training church leaders.
M.Div. — Palm Beach Atlantic University, 2020
Thesis: “The Power of Purity: Purification-Healings in the Gospels”
B.A. — Palm Beach Atlantic University, 2017
Biblical and Theological Studies
Richards, E. Randolph, and Kevin J. Boyle. "Did Ancients Know the Testaments were Pseudepigraphic? Implications for 2 Peter." In BBR 30.3 (2020): 403-23.