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Arthur M. Adams Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
||Harvard University, Committee on the Study of Religion
(Comprehensive exams completed "with distinction")
||Union Theological Seminary in Virginia
(Honors in 26 of 29 courses)
||Wake Forest University School of Law
||Arthur M. Adams Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
||Visiting Scholar, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen.
||W.C. Brown Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
||Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
||Visiting Professor of Theology, Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, Texas
||Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
||Teaching Fellow, Harvard University
||Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia
||Theologian-in-Residence, Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church, Austin, Texas
||Attorney at Law, Petree Stockton, Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Now Kilpatrick, Stockton, Atlanta, Georgia, and offices worldwide)
||Notes and Comments Editor, Wake Forest Law Review
||Member, Wake Forest Law Review
||Radio Announcer, WIOZ, Southern Pines, North Carolina
Honors and Grants
Sabbatical Fellowship from Center of Theological Inquiry, 2002-03.
ATS Lilly Faculty Fellowship Recipient, 1998-99.
Invited Participant, Quadrennial International Congress of Calvin Research, 1994-2006.
John M. Templeton Foundation Grant for Science and Religion Course.
Lilly Endowment, Grant for editing the unpublished works of H. Richard Niebuhr,1992-93 [Received jointly at Harvard with Richard R. Niebuhr].
Andrew W. Mellon Dissertation Fellowship, 1991-92.
Harvard University Fellowships: 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91.
Walter W. Moore Graduate Fellowship, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1988-90.
W. T. Thompson Scholarship, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1985-88.
Full Tuition Merit Scholarships, 1978-81, Wake Forest University School of Law.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), 1988.
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