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Glenn Gentry

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Humanities Program Director
(803) 807-5646

B.S., Multnomah Bible College; M.A., Ph.D., Baylor University

Espousing a life of faith and praxis, Glenn Gentry professes philosophy not merely as a profession, but also as a means of investing in the body of Christ and the Kingdom of God. As a four-year missionary in Botswana, Africa and a loving husband and father, Glenn believes that to serve Christ well in life requires the ability to engage with the world judiciously. To this end, he strives to invest in the lives of his students by teaching critical thinking skills and rival conceptions of life. In substance, Glenn believes that grace is that gift and paradox through which the richer reality of God's love is known and made known. By grace we are saved, and by grace we develop into a richer and fuller communion with God and humanity.

B.S., Multnomah Bible College; M.A., Ph.D., Baylor University, Texas. Missionary with African Evangelical Fellowship in Botswana, 1988-1992; instructor in philosophy, McLennan Comm. College, 2002-2004; fellowship at Baylor University, 2003-2005; local church ministry, Halfway, Ore., 1993-1998; 2005


Leah Herod

Leah Herod, CIU professor
Director of Professional Relations
(803) 807-5315

B.A., The University of Alabama; M.S., Auburn University; Ph.D., Auburn University

Dr. Leah Herod loves chocolate, traveling, photography, and children. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University. From there, she opened a private practice in Alabama and specialized in behavioral disorders. She has an interest in other cultures, and has lived and worked abroad, traveling to over 30 countries. She has served in psychological, educational, and evangelistic missions to countries such as Egypt, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Liberia, Brazil, Jamaica, Singapore, Thailand, and Kuwait. In 2003, she came to CIU to obtain a certificate in Biblical Studies. From 2004 to 2011, she was the Director of Internship Sites for the clinical counseling students.  In 2011, she transitioned to her current position of Director of Professional Relations.  She currently teaches in the College of Counseling as a resident faculty member.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Clinical Work in Alabama and South Carolina 1992-1998; Licensed Psychologist, Child and Family Services of Southeast Alabama, Dothan, Alabama 1999-2001, 2003; Adjunct Psychologist, Ramsay Youth Services, Dothan, Alabama, 2000-2001; Clinical Director, Chrysalis, A Home for Girls, Dothan, Alabama, 2000-2001; Short-term Missionary, Ethiopia, 2001; Psychologist-Short-term Missionary, Brazil, 2001; Teacher/Psychologist/Missionary in Egypt 2001-2002; Short-term Missionary/Psychologist in Liberia, Ghana, Ethiopia, and Egypt, 2003; Certificate in Biblical Studies, Columbia International University, 2005; Director of Internship Sites and Adjunct Faculty, 2004-11; Director of Professional Relations and Adjunct Faculty, Columbia International University, 2011-present.

Select Publications:

Herod, L.A. (2004).  Sense of Community and Spontaneous Prayer:  A Study of Graduate/Seminary Students at a Christian University.  Unpublished Manuscript.

Cook, N. and Herod, L.A.  (2004).  Strangers in a Strange Land.  Unpublished document.

Herod, L.A. and Cook, N. (2004).  Cross Cultural Work: Teaching People to Fish.  Unpublished Manuscript.

Cook, N. and Herod, L.A. (2002).  Let Me Tell You a Story:  A Group with Sudanese Children.  Treatment manual.  Unpublished document.

Shapiro, S.K., Buckhalt, J.A., and Herod, L.A. (1995).  Evaluation of learning disabled students with the Differential Ability Scales.  Journal of School Psychology, 33, 247-263.

Shapiro, S.K., and Herod, L.A. (1994).  Combining visual and auditory tasks in the assessment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.  In D.K. Routh (Ed.),       Disruptive Behaviors in Childhood (pp. 87-107).  New York: Plenum.

Select Presentations/Publications:

Herod, L. A. (2008, October 3).  Group Experiential Techniques: Plan and Execution.  Workshop for Licensed Counselors at Palmetto Health Baptist Counseling Center. Ridgeway, South Carolina.

Herod, L. A., & Tampubolon, A.  (2007, June).  Group Therapy:  Application of a Structured Group Format with Tsunami Survivors

Herod, L.A. (2007, April).  Counseling with Clients of a Different Faith – Considerations and Cautions. Refuge Egypt, Cairo, Egypt. 

Parlato, D. and Herod, L.A. (2006, April).  Challenges in Teams: Working for Yourself versus Working for the Team - A Case Study with Spiritual Applications.  Presentation and debriefing with three short-term teams.  Bethel Christian Camp, Gaston, South Carolina.

Herod, L.A., Parlato, D., and Watts, C.M.  (2006, February).  Team Dynamics: Leadership Responsibility (Ethics) versus Personal Relationships.  Presentation for counselors at Columbia International University, Columbia, South Carolina. 

Herod, L.A. (2004).  Sense of Community and Spontaneous Prayer:  A Study of Graduate/Seminary Students at a Christian University.  Unpublished Manuscript.

Herod, L.A. (2004, May).  Sense of Community among Graduate Students at CIU - Research Results.  Presentation at Columbia International University, Columbia, South Carolina.

Cook, N. and Herod, L.A.  (2004).  Strangers in a Strange Land.  Unpublished document.

Herod, L.A. and Cook, N. (2004).  Cross Cultural Work: Teaching People to Fish.  Unpublished Manuscript.

Herod, L.A. (2003, November).  Basic Behavior Management.  Overview of basic parenting techniques given to M.O.PS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group on two occasions in Rock Hill, S.C. 

Herod, L.A. (2002, September and October).  Basic Behavior Management.  Three session workshop for parents, teachers, and caretakers, Enterprise, AL.

Herod, L.A.  (2002, January).  Managing Behavior in the Classroom.  Presentation at the African Hope Learning Center for Displaced Children, Cairo, Egypt.

Cook, N. and Herod, L.A. (2002).  Let Me Tell You a Story:  A Group with Sudanese Children.  Treatment manual.  Unpublished document.

Herod, L.A., and Dismukes, R. (2000, October).  Externalizing Behaviors: The art of managing behavior - A conceptual model providing linkage from assessment through treatment.  Presentation at the Fourth Annual Wiregreass Area Conference on Behavior and Learning Disorders of Childhood, Dothan, AL.

Shapiro, S.K., Buckhalt, J.A., and Herod, L.A. (1995).  Evaluation of learning disabled students with the Differential Ability Scales.  Journal of School Psychology, 33, 247-263.

Herod, L.A., and Shapiro, S.K. (1994, November).  SCAN and auditory vigilance test performance in ADHD children.  Poster session presented at the 1994 American Speech, Hearing and Language Association (ASHA) Annual convention, New Orleans, LA.

Herod, L.A., and Shapiro, S.K. (1994, April).  Combining visual and auditory tasks in the assessment of ADHD.  Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Shapiro, S.K., and Herod, L.A. (1994).  Combining visual and auditory tasks in the assessment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.  In D.K. Routh (Ed.),  Disruptive Behaviors in Childhood (pp. 87-107).  New York: Plenum. 




Mark McCann

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Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Program Director, Professor of Education
(803) 807-5395

B.A., Florida Bible College; M.S., Nova Southeastern University; Ed.D., University of Central Florida

Dr. Mark McCann was born in Georgia and has spent his life in the Southeast. Mark joined CIU in 2004 after 20 years of ministry in Central Florida. Married in 1984, Mark and his wife Sharry feel their greatest blessings involve time together with their three daughters Erin, Meredith, Kayla and their son-in-law Ben. Mark greatly appreciates church, school, and community ministry...thankful for the opportunity to serve the Lord at CIU. His desire is for undergraduate and graduate students to develop and refine a heart for ministry as future teachers and educational leaders who will serve the Lord with academic excellence and spiritual acuity.

B.A., Florida Bible College; M.S., Nova Southeastern University; Ed.D., University of Central Florida;  teacher, Osceola County Public Schools, 1986-1989; teacher, dean, assistant principal, elementary principal, admissions director, director of school improvement, The First Academy, 1989-2004; elder, New Hope Bible Church, 1993-2004; co-founder and president, Hydrocephalus Family Support Group, 1996-1998; resident faculty, M.A.T. program director, Columbia International University, 2004-present.


Nabeel Jabbour


B.A., American University in Beirut; M.A., Near East School of Theology in Beirut; D.Th., University of South Africa

Dr. Nabeel Jabbour, Th.D, comes from a Christian background and was born in Syria. He grew up in Lebanon and lived for 15 years in Cairo, Egypt. Along with his family, he has lived in Colorado Springs since 1991. As a Missions Consultant with the Navigators, he has visited almost every major Muslim country in the world. In addition to his Navigators work, he teaches intensive courses on Islam in some seminaries. 

Dr. Nabeel Jabbour has authored six books, two in Arabic and four in English. The four books in English are The Rumbling Volcano on Islamic fundamentalism in Egypt and The Unseen Reality on spiritual warfare, Unshackled and Growing: Muslims and Christians on The Journey to Freedom, and his most recent book, The Crescent Through The Eyes of The Cross on the Muslims' worldview. From 1975 to 1990, he pioneered and directed the Navigators work in Egypt. In 1991 he earned a Th.D. in Islamics from the University of South Africa. Since 1991 he has been traveling around the world coaching missionaries and Christian nationals in their understanding of Islam and Muslims. He teaches intensive courses on "Islam and Current Events" and "Radical Islam and a Christian Response" at three seminaries in the States and at two seminaries in Canada. For more information, you may visit his website:


Mike Barnett

Mike Barnett
The Centrality of Christ in Contemporary Missions (Evangelical Missiological Society) cover The Centrality of Christ in Contemporary Missions Mike Barnett

This volume of the annual EMS series offers answers to these questions and more. Is Jesus really the only way? What is unique about Christ and missions? How can a new understanding of Jesus Christ bridge the gap between modern positivism and post-...

Business As Mission cover Business as Mission: From Impoverished to Empowered Mike Barnett

In 2005 the Evangelical Missiological Society devoted their regional and annual conferences to the subject of Business as Mission. This book is a collection of resulting essays on this subject. "To put it bluntly," wrote Doug Pennoyer, President of EMS...

Called to Reach cover Called to Reach: Equipping Cross-Cultural Disciplers Mike Barnett

What's a cross-cultural discipler? It's someone who crosses distinct cultural barriers--whether at home or abroad--to share the gospel and develop other effective Christian disciples. Think of the apostle Paul who was born into a Jewish heritage but...

Discovering the Mission of God Mike Barnett

What is God's Mission in the world? For anyone passionate about discovering God's heart for the nations, Discovering the Mission of God will reveal his plans for you. Written by twenty-first-century field workers, scholars and church...

The Changing Face of World Missions cover The Changing Face of World Missions: Engaging Contemporary Issues and Trends Mike Barnett

I wrote Chapter 8--"Innovation in Mission Operations: Creative Access Platforms"--a rationale for missions through the marketplace. See the full book description below.

The dramatic changes that have taken place both in global society and in...

Professor of Intercultural & Historical Studies
(803) 807-5355

B.A., University of Houston; M. Div., Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Dr. Barnett teaches courses on church planting movements, leadership and teams, creative access (business and missions), and the history of global Christianity.

He and his wife, Cindy, enjoy spending time with seminary and university students. They are active members of Hill of the Lord University Church in Columbia. They enjoy gardening, snow skiing, hiking, mountain biking, sightseeing, fishing, and coffee drinking. God’s call on their lives is to equip the saints for being on mission with God among all peoples on earth!

Ph.D. in Church History from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Master of Divinity from Southwestern Seminary. B.A. in Geography from the University of Houston.

He and Cindy served 12 years with the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention working in the 10/40 Window. Previously, he served as a minister of missions and church planter in North America. He has a business background and continues to work in international business development.


Dennis D. Morgan

Dennis Morgan
Life in Process Dennis D. Morgan

Why is life such a struggle? Why are relationships with family, friends, God, and even ourselves so frustrating and painful at times? Will healing and wholeness ever come? In this fresh, thoughtful book, Morgan shows that our longing to be made new, to...

Fighting for Peace cover Fighting for Peace Dennis D. Morgan

Conflict in relationships is a fact of life. When people are around each other there is not only the potential for conflict, but there is going to be conflict in some form, to some extent, at some time. Rather than fearing conflict, Dr. Dennis Morgan...

Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S., Abilene Christian University; M.A., Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University; M.A.T.S., Reformed Theological Seminary; Psy.D. Rosemead School of Psychology

Dr. Dennis Morgan (M.A. and Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Rosemead School of Psychology) is a faculty member in the College of Counseling of Columbia International University. He is also a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in South Carolina and is in private practice with the Christian Counseling Center of First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, SC. He was formerly in private practice in Virginia Beach, VA and the Psychological Services Center Clinical Manager and a Clinical Associate Professor at Regent University, in their doctoral program in clinical psychology. His early teaching experience was at Pepperdine University, Malibu, where he coordinated the University counseling center and was adjunct faculty. He has over 30 years of experience in clinical practice in California, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, and South Carolina. He also has significant experience in clinical administration, including his past work as the Vice President of Clinical Services for a large non-profit counseling agency and as the clinical consultant/co-owner of a psychiatric hospital treatment program. Dr. Morgan has a special interest in assisting clients' spiritual formation in the context of clinical practice. This has been a focus for his writing and research. He is the author of Fighting for Peace: Combating Conflict with Character and another book entitled Life in Process, as well as having authored a chapter in Spiritual Formation, Counseling and Psychotherapy. His other publications include journal articles and materials related to spiritual formation in clinical practice. Dr. Morgan and his wife are also with Mission to the World, making annual trips to Europe to provide member care, counseling, educational consulting.

Professional Experience:
Coordinator of Psychological Services, Psychological Services, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, 1982-1984; Adjunct Faculty, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA and Los Angeles, CA, 1983-1984; Private Practice, Columbia Psychological Group, Long Beach, CA, 1983-1984; Medical Affiliate Staff, College Hospital, Cerritos, CA, 1983-1984; Private Practice, Campbell Psychological Services, Campbell, CA, 1984-1988; Psychologist, El Camino Hospital, Concern: Employee Assistance Program, Mountain View CA, 1985-1986; Private Practice, Christian Family Counseling Services, Fremont, CA, 1986-1988; Clinical Coordinator, RAPHA Unit, Sharpstown General Hospital, Houston, TX, 1988-1989; Private Practice, Christian Counseling Centers, Campbell, CA, 1989-1993; Clinical Consultant, Rapha/Renewal Unit, Oak Creek Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1991-1992; Co-owner/Board Member, Renewal Psychotherapy Group, Fremont, CA, 1991-1992; Active Professional Staff, Oak Creek Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1991-1993; Vice President - Clinical Services, Christian Counseling Centers, San Francisco Bay Area, 1992-1993; Active Professional Staff, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1992-1993; Senior Psychologist, Tennessee Christian Medical Center, Madison, TN, 1993-1997; Consultant/Owner, Life Phases Consultation, Hendersonville, TN, 1996-1998; Clinical Associate Professor/Psychological Services Center Clinical Manager, Regent University, School of Psychology and Counseling, Virginia Beach, VA, 1998-2000; Clinical Psychologist, Christian Psychotherapy Services, Virginia Beach, VA, 2000-2005; Consultant, Pro-Family Counseling Services, Vienna Austria, 2001-present; Clinical Psychologist in part-time private practice at the Christian Counseling Center of First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, SC, 2005-present; Associate Professor, Adjunct Professor in the College of Counseling, Columbia International University, Columbia, SC, 2005-present.


Johnny V. Miller

President, 1991-1999

B.A., Arizona State University; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary

Dr. Johnny V. Miller served as president of Columbia International University from 1991 to 1999. His tenure as president was a time of growth for CIU, both in programs, and in buildings. It was during his administration that the school changed its name from Columbia Bible College to Columbia International University. During that time the CIU European campus in Korntal, Germany was also accredited by SACS and by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS).

Miller also oversaw the addition of CIU's Muslim studies program, the Distance Learning Program, the Graduate School Education Program, and the Communication Program in the Undergraduate School. Buildings that were constructed on campus during Miller's presidency include The Schuster Building, the Alumni Center, and improvements to student residences, including the installation of air conditioning.

Miller was also involved in the expansion of satellite locations for Ben Lippen School, and the expansion of CIU's broadcasting division when radio station New Life 91.9 WRCM in Charlotte, N.C. went on the air.

Miller has also served as a missionary to Sweden and has been involved in church planting. He has ministered in several foreign countries, including Eastern Europe, India and Egypt.

In high school and college Miller worked as a sports reporter and columnist for the Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette. He and his wife, Jeanne, have two married children: Joan and John.

Th.D., 1980, Dallas Theological Seminary; reporter, 1962-65, Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette; teacher, 1965-66, Manual High School, Peoria, IL; teaching fellow, 1970-72, Dallas Theological Seminary; missionary, 1972-74, Sweden; pastor, 1974-79, 1983-90, Cypress Bible Church, Cypress, TX; faculty, 1979-83, Columbia Bible College, president 1991-99, Columbia International University/ 1999-2009, Pastor of Calvary Church, Lancaster, PA.

Alex T. Luc

Alex Luc
Professor Emeritus of Old Testament and Hebrew
(803) 807-5357
B.A., Trinity College; M.Div., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; B.Th., Theological College of Vietnam; M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Madison


Dr. Luc joined the faculty of CIU’s Seminary & School of Ministry in 1982 and has taught Old Testament and Hebrew from that date until the present. Before coming to Columbia, he served as a school principle and a pastor in Vietnam. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, and the National Association of Professors of Hebrew. He has written articles for various scholarly journals and several books in Chinese on Bible interpretation, and served as the Old Testament editor for the CRM Chinese Study Bible. 


Roy M. King

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Professor of Ministry Studies
(803) 807-5302
B.S., East Tennessee State University; M.A., Columbia International University; D.Min, Fuller Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Oxford Graduate School 


Dr. King joined the faculty of CIU’s Seminary & School of Ministry in 1997 and taught Pastoral Theology until 2003; he then served as director of Alumni Ministries until 2012 when he rejoined the Seminary & School of Ministry faculty; he has taught Ministry Studies from 2012 until the present. Before coming to Columbia, he served as a youth pastor, associate staff with Campus Crusade for Christ, director of the Ben Lippen Conference Center, assistant director of the Billy Graham Training Center, and pastor of two congregations in North Carolina. He is an ordained minister in the Christian and Missionary Alliance.

Published books

Published periodical articles, essays, dictionary entries

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Don N. Howell, Jr.

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Servants of the Servant cover Servants of the Servant: A Biblical Theology of Leadership Don N. Howell, Jr.

This study is an attempt to forge a full-orbed theology of Christian leadership grounded in the teaching of Scripture. What emerges from tracing the theme of leadership through the biblical record is a servanthood pattern, one that is wholly distinct...

The Passion of the Servant: A Journey to the Cross cover The Passion of the Servant: A Journey to the Cross Don N. Howell, Jr.

The New Testament opens with four Gospel accounts that introduce the reader to Jesus Christ. From the very beginning, the redemptive drama moves toward the cross. The final week of Jesus's life, Passion Week, takes up nearly 40 percent of the entire...

Professor of New Testament and Greek
(803) 807-5343
B.I.E., Georgia Institute of Technology; Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary

Dr. Howell joined the faculty of CIU’s Seminary & School of Ministry in 1995 and served as assistant dean until 1998; he has taught New Testament and Greek from 1998 until the present. Before coming to Columbia, he served with OMF International in Japan from 1979 until 1994 as a church planter and theological educator. He has taught in Latin America, Eastern Europe, China, and Micronesia and has been Research Fellow at Tyndale House (Cambridge, UK) three times. He is a member of the Evangelical Missiological Society and the Evangelical Theological Society. His books include Servants of the Servant and The Passion of the Servant. He is an ordained Baptist minister.

Published Books

Articles and Chapters in Books

  • “Paul’s Theology of Suffering” in Paul’s Missionary Methods: In His Time and Ours  eds. Robert L. Plummer and John Mark Terry, 95-106.  IVP Academic, 2012.
  • “Romans 15:9b-12: Gentiles as the Culminative Focus of Salvation History,” in Interpreting the New Testament Text: Introduction to the Art and Science of Exegesis, eds. Darrell L. Bock and Buist M. Fanning, 367-375.  Crossway, 2006.
  • “Mission in Paul’s Epistles: Genesis, Pattern, and Dynamics,” in Mission in the New TestamentAn Evangelical Approach, eds. William J. Larkin and Joel F. Williams, 63-91. Orbis, 1998.
  • “Mission in Paul’s Epistles: Theological Bearings,” in Mission in the New TestamentAn Evangelical Approach, eds. William J. Larkin and Joel F. Williams, 92-116.  Orbis, 1998.
  • “Confidence in the Spirit as the Governing Ethos of the Pauline Mission,” in The Holy Spirit and Mission Dynamics, ed. C. Douglas McConnell, 36-65.  William Carey, 1997.
  • “Stewardship: Faithfulness with All He Gives Me,” Decision (April 1997): 13-14.
  • “Confidence in the Spirit as the Governing Ethos of the Pauline Mission,” Trinity Journal 17 NS: 2 (Fall 1996): 203-21.
  • “The Apostle Paul and First Century Religious Pluralism,” in Christianity and the Religions: A Biblical Theology of World Religions, eds. E. Rommen and H. Netland, 92-112.  William Carey, 1995.
  • “The Center of Pauline Theology,” Bibliotheca Sacra 151 (January-March 1994): 51-71.
  • “God-Christ Interchange in Paul: Impressive Testimony to the Deity of Jesus,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 36:4 (December 1993): 467-79.
  • “Pauline Thought in the History of Interpretation,” Bibliotheca Sacra 150 (July-September 1993): 303-26.
  • “Pauline Eschatological Dualism and Its Resulting Tensions,” Trinity Journal 14 NS (Spring 1993): 3-24.
  • “How Wide is God’s Mercy?  A Biblical Perspective on Religious Pluralism,” Hayama Missionary Seminar Journal (Tokyo) 34 (January 1993): 1-26.

Book Reviews

  • Paul Barnett, Paul: Missionary of Jesus. Eerdmans, 2008. In JETS (June 2009): 389-390.
  • Herbert W. Bateman IV, ed., Four Views of the Warning Passages in Hebrews. Kregel, 2007. In JETS (March, 2008): 151-154.
  • Robert L. Plummer, Paul’s Understanding of the Church’s Mission: Did the Apostle Paul Expect Early Christian Communities to Evangelize? Paternoster, 2006. In JETS (June, 2007): 401-403.
  • Thomas R. Schreiner, Paul: Apostle of God’s Glory in Christ: A Pauline Theology. InterVarsity, 2001. In JETS (December, 2002): 707-708.
  • Joel B. Green and Mark D. Baker, Recovering the Scandal of the Cross. InterVarsity, 2000. In EMQ (April, 2001): 258-260.
  • Gregory A. Boyd, God at War: The Bible and Spiritual Conflict. Inter-Varsity, 1997. In EMQ (April, 2000): 192-196.
  • Richard B. Hays, First Corinthians. John Knox, 1997. In JETS (March, 2000): 152-153.
  • Martin Hengel and Anna Maria Schwemer, Paul Between Damascus and Antioch: The Unknown Years. Westminster/John Knox, 1997. In JETS (March, 2000): 148-149.
  • A. Scott Moreau, Essentials of Spiritual Warfare: Equipped to Win the Battle. Harold Shaw, 1997; and Clinton E. Arnold, Three Crucial Questions About Spiritual Warfare. Baker, 1997. In International Bulletin of Missionary Research (October, 1999): 180-182.
  • David A. deSilva, Despising Shame: Honor Discourse and Community Maintenance in the Epistle to the Hebrews. Scholars, 1995. In JETS (March, 1999): 161-163.
  • Gregory A. Boyd, God at War: The Bible in Spiritual Conflict. Inter-Varsity, 1997. In Faith and Mission (Fall 1998): 151-153.
  • Andreas Kostenberger, The Missions of Jesus and the Disciples According to the Fourth Gospel. Eerdmans, 1998. In EMQ (October, 1998): 484-486.
  • Peter Stuhlmacher, Paul’s Letter to the Romans. Westminster/John Knox, 1994. In JETS (December, 1996): 664-666.
  • Joseph A. Fitzmyer, Romans. Doubleday, 1993. In JETS (December, 1995): 614-617.




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