Clint’s CV

Doctor of Philosophy, Boston College, PhD Candidate, Biblical Studies
Major: New Testament; Minor: Hebrew Bible         Sept 2013-current
Dissertation: “Psalm 110 in Confessional Material in the Corpus Paulinum: Cultural and Religious Context” (defending December 2017)
Committee: Pheme Perkins (Director), Kendra Eshleman, and Yonder Gillihan

Master of Sacred Theology, Boston University School of Theology
Sept 2012-May 2013

Master of Divinity, Harding School of Theology
August 2008-May 2012

Bachelor of Arts, Freed-Hardeman University
August 2006-May 2008; Major: Bible; Minor: Biblical Languages

Jack P. Lewis Ministry of Study Award (Harding School of Theology)

Academic Excellence for the Graduating Class of 2012 from Harding School of Theology

 Articles and Essays
“Divine Titles for Julio-Claudian Imperials in Corinth: Neglected Factors in Reconstructions of Corinthian Imperial Worship and its Connections to the Corinthian Church,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly, forthcoming

“Going Through Hell: Tartarus in Graeco-Roman Culture, Second Temple Judaism, and Philo of Alexandria” Journal of Ancient Judaism 4 (2013): 352-78

“The Eschatological Prophet of Restoration: Luke’s Theological Portrait of John the Baptist in Luke 3:1-6” Neotestamentica 47:1 (2013): 1-24

Book Reviews
Greco-Roman Associations: Texts, Translations and Commentary II. North Coast of the Black Sea, Asia Minor, by Philip Harland. Boston: de Gruyter, 2014. Review of Biblical Literature, forthcoming

Sacred Texts and Paradigmatic Revolutions: The Hermeneutical Worlds of the Qumran Sectarian Manuscripts and the Letter to the Romans, by J. David Stark. T&T Clark Jewish and Christians Texts Series 16. London: Bloomsbury, 2013. Stone-Campbell Journal 19:1 (2016): 151-52

Luke: The Gospel of Amazement, by Michael Card. Downers Grove. IVP Press, 2011. Stone-Campbell Journal 15:1 (2012): 138-39

“When the Twain Do Not Meet: Material Culture and Paul’s Letters,” 2016 Annual ASOR Meeting, November 16-19, 2016

“Misappropriation and Manipulation; The Abuse of Archaeological Materials in The Reconstruction of The Worship of Roman Emperors in Anatolia and Its Significance for Interpreting The Letters of Paul” 2015 Annual ASOR Meeting, November 18-21, 2015

“Are the Julio-Claudian Emperors ‘Gods on Earth?’ 2015 Annual Meeting of the New England and Eastern Canada Region of SBL, April 24, 2015

“IUPPITER VS YHWH: Messianic Numismatic Propaganda of the Second Bellum Iudaicum” 2014 Annual Meeting of the New England and Eastern Canada Region of SBL, April 25, 2014

“To the One Who Conquers I Shall Give a Magical Stone?” Ways of Knowing Graduate Conference on Religion; Harvard Divinity School, October 25-26, 2013

“Subterranean Fiery Punishment and the Giants in the Dead Sea Scrolls and 2 Peter and Jude: A Proposal of Origins” Dead Sea Scrolls: Life in Ancient Times Graduate Symposium; Brandeis University, October 6, 2013

“Gentiles ‘In the Flesh’ and the Commonwealth of Israel: An Ethnic Reading of the Gentiles in the Epistle to the Ephesians” 2013 Annual Meeting of the New England and Eastern Canada Region of SBL, May 3, 2013

Graduate Student Representative to the Executive Committee of the New England and Eastern Canada Regional SBL from 2013-2017

Administrative Assistant on the Maccabees Project at Boston College-Boston University from 2015 to 2017

Membership in Professional Societies
Society of Biblical Literature, 2010-present

American Schools of Oriental Research, 2014-present

American Institute of Archaeology, 2014-present

Teaching Experience
Teaching Fellow, Theology Department, Boston College (2017-2018)
Biblical Heritage: What, Whence, and the Whither the Bible

Teacher Assistant, Theology Department, Boston College (2016-2017)
Biblical Heritage: What, Whence, and the Whither the Bible (Yonder Gillihan)
Teacher Assistant, Theology Department, Boston College (2015-2016)

The Religious Quest: A Comparison of the Religious Traditions of Daoism and Christianity (David Mozina)

Archaeological Field Experience
Square/Trench Supervisor at the Tel-Shimron Excavations in Tel Shimron, Israel, with Daniel Master and Mario Martin, Summer 2017-

Excavated at Kourion, Cyprus with Tom Davis and the Kourion Urban Space Project, Summer 2016

Excavated at Huqoq, Israel with Jodi Magness and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Summer 2015

Grants Received
Fortin Summer Research Grant, Boston College 2017 = $900

The Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy Fellowship Program for Graduate Students Research Grant, Boston College 2016-2017 = $5,000

Center for Christian Jewish Learning Grant = $1,000

2015 American School of Oriental Research Excavation Fellowship = $1,000

Biblical Archaeological Society Scholarship = $1,500

Courses Prepared to Teach
Introduction to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament

Introduction to the Psalter

Kingship and the Psalms

Classical Hebrew

Introduction to the New Testament

Biblical Greek

The Jewish Messiah for the Nations: The Gospel of Matthew

Paul: The Jewish Apostle to the Nations

New Testament Christology

Imperial Cults in the Roman Empire

Archaeology and the Bible

Social Context of Early Christianity


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