David B. Howell
He has degrees from William Jewell College (A.B. in Religion and Philosophy), Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div. and Th.M.), and the University of Oxford (D.Phil.).
David is the author of two books: Matthew's Inclusive Story: A Study in the Narrative Rhetoric of the First Gospel (Sheffield, 1990) and Ephesians: God Calls a New People (Smyth & Helyws, 1996).
He was the director of Technology and Teaching collaborative grant from the Appalachian College Association for a project called "Text and Context” that won the ACA Excellence in Technology Award in the category of Cross-Institutional Collaboration at the 2002 ACA Technology Summit.
David teaches a wide variety of religion classes at Ferrum College including a class on Religion in Film. In addition, he has team-taught a course on religion and film with a film studies specialist at the residential summer Virginia Governor's School for the Humanities & Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Richmond.
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