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Dr. Jim Dvorak is Professor of Greek and New Testament and Chair of the Division of Bible at Oklahoma Christian University.

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Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. Lynn McMillon Honored

On Thursday, April 21, 2022, the Division of Bible celebrated the retirement of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. Lynn McMillon. Dr. McMillon officially retired in 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were not able to celebrate his retirement...

Look what arrived in the mail today

I contributed only a single chapter to this book, yet I was sent 5 gratis copies! Now, before anyone asks, I've already decided what to do with the 4 extra copies.🙂

OC Graduate School of Theology Chapels

Below is embedded a playlist of chapel presentations given by faculty, staff, alumni, students of the Graduate School of Theology at OC. Feel free to subscribe to the GST's YouTube channel.

Now available: Luke–Acts in Modern Interpretation

I contributed the chapter on Martin Dibelius to this volume. The book is now available. Get it here.

Looking forward to this read

Out of the many wonderful gifts I received for Christmas, my wife bought a book for me from my Amazon wishlist: Mark Finney's Honour and Conflict in the Ancient World: 1 Corinthians in its Greco-Roman Social Setting. As the subtitle suggests, the ...

Winding down...

Final assignments graded. Final grades submitted to the Registrar. Graduation ceremony is this afternoon, after which the 2021 Fall semester will officially be in the books.

The semester is over!

Well the Fall 2021 semester at OC is officially over. We started early (Aug 5) so we ended early. Finals week is this week. Fall graduation is this Friday. I have an online session with SBL on Saturday. I fly to San Antonio on (early!!) Sunday for...

Another one checked off the list...

Last week I finished an article that I've been working on for a while. I'm sure there will be some final editing and minor modifications that will need to be done to it, but that is much easier than writing something fresh. I can't say much about ...