Learn about our staff and contributors who are highly trained in biblical textual criticism and advanced biblical languages analysis.
WORLD-CLASS SCHOLARSHIP & RESEARCH
The CRBMI offers MA, MDiv, and ThM students of Shepherds Theological Seminary a number of courses in the area of New Testament and Old Testament textual criticism, led by our distinguished staff. Prospective students interested in the CRBMI program should apply through Shepherds Theological Seminary.
Stephen D. Campbell
Academic Director, Aquila Initiative
Stephen is the Academic Director of the Aquila Initiative and pastor of the International Baptist Church in Bonn, Germany. He earned his PhD in Theology from Durham University. His 2019 dissertation “Remembering the Unexperienced: Cultural Memory, Canon Consciousness, and the Book of Deuteronomy” engages with German Egyptologist Jan Assmann and biblical theologian Brevard Childs to constrict a framework in which to interpret Deuteronomy as a bearer and shaper of cultural memory.
“The Surety of God’s Promises: A Theological Interpretation of Genesis 22.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 49.3 (2019): 121–131.
“Upper Gate” and “Corner Gate.” In The Lexham Bible Dictionary, eds. J. D. Barry and L. Wentz. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2012.
Research Associate, CRBMI
Steve is completing his MA(Biblical Literature and Languages) degree at Shepherds Theological Seminary and contributes to the MOTB-SI Greek Paul Project by reconciling transcriptions, indexing manuscripts, and assisting students with palaeographic questions.