T. C. Ham
Associate Professor of Biblical Studies
- B.A., Boston University (1993)
- ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary (2001)
- Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary (2007)
- The Old Testament
- Major Prophets
- Biblical Hebrew
- Christian Scripture
Recent Scholarly Work
"Anti-Intellectualism and Its Impact on the Academy and Biblical Studies," Paper presented at the Thelma Fordham Pruett Conference on the Academy and Religious Faith, at the University of Dayton (2013).
"The Gentle Voice of God in Job 38," Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 3 (2013): 527-541.
"A Father's Passion in Hosea 11: The Anatomy of a Conceptual Metaphor," Paper presented at Annual ETS National Conference (2010 Atlanta, GA)
"The Weakness of God," Panel Presentation, Tolle Lege Lecture Series, Prairie Bible College (2010, Alberta, Canada)
"To Inform or to Transform," Lecture delivered at Tolle Lege Lecture Series (2008 PBC)