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Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Over the past five years I have served Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in a variety of positions including adjunct faculty, an independent researcher for the Spurgeon Library, and a doctoral fellow for both the department of online studies and for Dr. Matthew Barrett. Listed below are a few pertinent accomplishments:
• Created or redesigned numerous courses for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students.
• Worked closely with professors across disciplines to implement backwards design and Quality Matters course alignment. (Expand for more).
• Facilitated multiple online theology courses at the graduate level and served as a guest lecturer of philosophy for undergraduates.
• Published and presented works in the fields of systematic and historical theology with an emphasis on Charles Spurgeon and twentieth century Evangelicalism.
• Currently writing a dissertation that connects systematic theology, historical theology, and philosophical theology as an exercise of theological retrieval focusing on the theology of Thomas Aquinas.
• Have received overwhelmingly positive student reviews emphasizing my thorough feedback on assignments, ability to connect and communicate with students, and excitable nature as it concerns the subject matter of my classes.
• Have served as a youth minister, collegiate minister, deacon, and guest preacher for churches in Mississippi and Missouri.