1995 - James L. Weinstein Fellowship in Hebrew Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison1990 - Ancient History Department scholarship, University of Pennsylvania
Teaching Experience2008-current: Adjunct Lecturer, History Department, WesternWashington University,Bellingham, WA.
I teach Ancient Israel and History of Ancient Egypt when theyare offered by the History Department. I also supervise required senior researchprojects.
2007-current: Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies, Liberty UniversityDistance Learning Program;Lynchburg, VA.
I teach several online courses for Liberty Theological Seminarywhen they are offered: Old Testament Introduction, Old Testament Prophets,Psalms, Wisdom Books, and Hebrew Tools.
2000- 2007: Adjunct Instructor, Department of Biblical Studies, Collegeof Adult andLifelong Learning (Correspondence and Online Program), TaylorUniversity, Fort Wayne, IN.
I taught ten courses for correspondence and online study,including: Wisdom Literature, Angelology,
Christian Ethics, andHistory of Israel
Fall 2003: Assistant Professor of Bible, Department of Religious Studies,Grace College,Winona Lake, IN.
This position was a sabbatical replacement. I taughtIntroduction to the Old Testament, Historical Books of the Old Testament, andChristian Ethics.
1995-2002: Adjunct Instructor of History in the Departments of Social &BehaviouralSciences, Marian College, Fond du Lac, WI
. I taught World Civilizations I & II.
1992-1995: Associate Professor of Bible, Pillsbury Baptist College,Owatonna, MN.
I taught over a dozen courses while at Pillsbury including: Old Testament Survey,Bibliology, Contemporary Theology, Christian Ethics, Genesis, History of Israel, Theological Systems, Hermeneutics, Psalms, and Greek
After a discussion with Mr Heiser I was told that he would get back to me, he need to investigate the matter, it has been morethan a year since and not a word from this very well educated,and perhaps best equipped person to answer this question!!In my search I came across an answer; an answer from withinthe Bible, in the New Testament and if one can believe thatJesus did indeed exist;
!! You might ask; but how?According to our religious leaders Jesus is the son of this LordAlmighty and was send here by the Lord to save our souls by hisown death which was predicted in the book of Isaiah, but did itall play out the way this “Lord” planned? I will attempt to makethis short, explaining the Bible is however never a short effort, please bear with me.