Michael Roy




404 Meadow Lane
Raymore, MO 64083 United States


Master of Theology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, December 2001.
Doctor of Philosophy, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, December 2019


Old Testament
Biblical Studies

I currently teach Hermeneutics and Old Testament courses for Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary as an adjunct professor. I teach according to the evangelical Christian, biblical worldview. I wholeheartedly affirm and adhere to the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 statement of faith.
I have much experience as a Senior Pastor and as an Adjunct Professor of Old Testament, Biblical Hebrew, and Religion. I successfully defended my Ph.D. Dissertation in Biblical Studies through Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary on July 31, 2019. I previously earned a Master of Divinity and a Master of Theology. I have pastored Southern Baptist churches for several years and served as a NAMB Church Planter. I have taught on the Undergraduate and Master levels for Butler Community College in Kansas as an adjunct, Midwestern Baptist Seminary as an adjunct, and Southern Baptist Seminary as a Fellow. I have taught both on campus and online. My educational philosophy can be described in one word—change. More specifically, I aim for an improvement in knowledge, understanding, and skill level in the lives of students. I believe in setting forth clear objectives for classes at their beginning and accomplishing those same objectives by the end of a term. All in all, I strongly believe that I am ethically bound to make every class I teach worth each student’s time and money. I also enjoy investing in the lives of students personally for their Christian growth and their training for ministry. I encourage critical thinking in my students. I am concerned about heart application as much as theological information for my students.