Dr. Steve Winiarski

Steve Winiarski, PhD

Professor of Greek Language & Literature
Biblical Intertextuality Specialist
International Experiences: USA

 

 

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, New Testament Studies, Mid America Baptist Theological Seminary, Cordova, TN
  • Master of Divinity, New Testament Studies, Mid America Baptist Theological Studies, Cordova, TN
  • Bachelor of Religious Education, Youth Ministry, Davis College, Johnson City, NY

Doctoral Dissertation

  • Ἐν Χριστῷ and Its Parallels in Romans

 

Academic Experiences

  • Assoc Professor of New Testament & Greek, Northeastern Baptist College, Bennington, VT
  • Registrar, Northeastern Baptist College, Bennington, VT
  • Adjunct Professor, New Testament & Greek, Mid America Baptist Theological Seminary, Cordova, TN

Teaching Specializations

  • New Testament Studies
  • Greek Language and Literature 

Publications   

Journal Articles

  • “Music, Culture, and Vain Repetition: Matthew 6 in its Context.” Artistic Theologian: Journal of Ministry and Worship Arts. Vol. 4 (2016).
  • “Misunderstanding the Promises of God: Joshua 1 and its use in the New Testament as a Test Case,” Presbyterion (Forthcoming, 2017).  

Conference Papers 

  • “Misunderstanding the Promises of God: Joshua 1 and its use in the New Testament as a Test Case,” presented at Alliance Theological Seminary at the regional meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, March 25, 2017.
  • “Teaching to the Affective Domain: Re-examining Learning Theory from a Pauline Perspective,” presented to the Faculty of Northeastern Baptist College during Profession Development training, January 5, 2017.
  • “Creation in the New Testament,” presented at Nyack College at the regional meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, April 6th, 2013.

Academic & Professional Memberships

  • Memberships
    • Evangelical Theological Society 

Languages

  • Ancient Languages
    • Greek, Advanced Reading Proficiency