This website is managed by an Executive Editor, a Web Editor, and five Advisors who all share a common passion regarding the need for Biblical Theology to have a direct impact on preaching. The initial idea was born in July 2002 and existed in various forms that we batted around before it arrived in the form you see now. The Executive Editor and Advisors source new material and keep you supplied with as much online material as possible that helps promote excellent Biblical Theology.
BWM is principally edited and managed by Dr. Mark Owens. Though his accent is rather American, Mark is actually from the Cayman Islands. He came to faith in Christ while studying at the University of Georgia and soon felt led to pursue a teaching ministry. Mark currently teaches New Testament at Luther Rice University (Lithonia, GA). He is married to Rachel and is an avid College Football fan.
Steve received his undergraduate degree in Business Management from Mid Continent University in Mayfield, Kentucky. Steve also has a MA in Christian Education from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He also has earned a MDiv from Luther Rice University and is also nearing completion of a DMin from LRU. Steve worked as a Quality Engineer, Research Engineer, and a Facilities Manager before entering ministry. He has served in ministry since 1993, and currently serves as Senior Pastor at Beaverdam Baptist Church in Cassatt, SC.
David is a web designer in Sheffield, England. David previously worked for UCCF as their web designer and has now been freelance for 5 years. He loves designing and building for the web, exploring new trends and helping clients make the most of the web for their organisations. He gets especially excited about helping people who are seeking to serve the gospel. http://davidturner.info
He is married to Rachel and loves playing hockey in his spare time.
Dave is UCCF's South West Team Leader. He's tried his hand at web design and retail banking but has spent most of the last decade on campus. Dave serves here on the editorial team. His interest in Biblical Theology came whilst on the UCCF Relay Discipleship Training programme via the books of Graeme Goldsworthy amongst others. He's married to Emmalee. Dave blogs at The Blue Fish Project.
David studied Theology at Nottingham University and King's College London. He has worked for the Religious & Theological Studies Fellowship, part of UCCF, and is married to Angela. They currently live in Aberdeen, which is very far away from anywhere else in the world, where he recently completed a Ph.D in historical theology. His publications include: Reading the Decree: Exegesis, Election and Christology in Calvin and Barth ( London / New York , T&T Clark, 2009) and ed. with Daniel Strange, Engaging with Barth: Contemporary Evangelical Critiques (Apollos, 2008; T&T Clark, 2009).
Jonathan Gibson studied Theology at Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia. Prior to his stint Down Under he worked as a physiotherapist in Northern Ireland for three and a half years, during which time he taught the Bible to international students at a local university and wrote The Story of a Kingdom: A Simple Explanation of the Bible. Jonny has been involved in various cross-cultural works in Africa, India, and China, and remains interested in mission. He is chair of the twice-yearly '@ the Castle' conferences held in Northern Ireland, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Hebrew Studies at Cambridge University. He is married to Jackie.
Graeme Goldsworthy served as minister for Christian Education, at St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Coorparoo, Brisbane, and was lecturer in Old Testament and Biblical Theology at Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia. Now retired, he continues at Moore College as a visiting lecturer. His many publications include the highly popular Gospel and Kingdom and According to Plan. He is also author of Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture and was a consulting editor of IVP's New Dictionary of Biblical Theology.
Following a period of theological research at Nottingham University, Andy has finally got himself a job and has started working with UCCF as a Christian Union staff worker in North East Midlands. Andy's passionate about learning how the OT points to Christ, which is where his interest in biblical theology began. He's married to Jude, and they have two daughters, Kezia and Essie.
- What is Biblical Theology?
- Why have The Biblical Theology Briefings?
- Guidelines for Contributors
- Meet the Editors and Advisory Board
- 1 Corinthians
- 1 John
- 1 Samuel
- 1 Timothy
- 2 John
- 2 Kings
- 2 Samuel
- 3 John
- Biblical Theology
- New Testament
- Old Testament
- Old Testament Theology
- Song of Songs
- Wisdom Literature