Josh Stigall, PhD
Adjunct Professor of New Testament; Faculty of Arts and Science
EducationBA, Briercrest College
MDiv, Briercrest Seminary
PhD, Baylor University
SpecializationHe is especially interested in study of the Parables and the Catholic Epistles, particularly 1 Peter, 2 Peter, and Jude. More recenlty, Josh has begun work on the theology of technology for study of the biblcal texts and the practice of faith.
BiographyJosh has served as Associate Pastor of Student Ministries at First Baptist Church in Fairfield, California, near his hometown. He and his wife, Laura, have been married since 1998. They have two active boys who keep the family on their toes.
ResearchJosh’s research interests in New Testament Greek linguistics, Greco-Roman rhetoric and literature, and theological interpretation of Scripture.
PublicationsLuke: A Handbook on the Greek Text (Baylor University Press, 2010) with Marty Culy and Mike Parsons.
Many articles in Christian Scholars Review and Perspectives in Religious Studies.
Articles in Review & Expositor and Torah Ethics and Early Christianity (Baker Academic) In addition to these publications, Josh has written a number of book reviews and entries in scholarly encyclopedias.