Dr. Carl N. Toney's CV/Resume

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CURRICULUM VITAE

PRESENT POSITIONS

Associate Professor and Director of Online Graduate Programs for Biblical Studies, Hope International University

Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Biblical Studies, Shepherd University

Adjunct Professor of NT, Fuller Theological Seminary
 

EDUCATION

2007    PhD (NT & Early Christianity), Loyola Univ., Chicago, IL

2002    MDiv, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA

1998    BA (Theological Studies), Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL
 

RESEARCH LANGUAGES

Greek, Hebrew, German, French
 

EXPERTISE AND INTERESTS

Gospels, Pauline Literature (esp. Romans, Corinthian Correspondence), Rhetorical Criticism, New Testament Greek, Theological Pedagogy, Technology in the Classroom
 

COURSES TAUGHT

Undergraduate: Life of Christ, Luke-Acts, Acts-Revelation, Pauline Epistles, Romans and Galatians, Bible Backgrounds: History and Geography, Primeval History, Pentateuch, Exodus-Deuteronomy, Introduction to Philosophy: Greek Thought, Systematic Theology, Hermeneutics, Church Fathers, Medieval and Reformation Thought

Graduate: Gospels Survey, Acts-Revelation Survey, Exegesis: Gospels, Gospel of Mark, Greek Exegesis, Pauline Epistles
 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

2010-present   Associate Professor of NT and Director of Online Graduate Program, Hope International Univ.

2010–2011      Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Biblical Studies, Shepherd Univ.

2008–2011      Adjunct Professor of NT, Fuller Seminary

2005–2011      Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies, Azusa Pacific Univ.

2007–2008      Assistant Professor of NT and Literature, Biola Univ.

2006–2008      Contract Researcher/Editor, Thomas Nelson Publishing

2004–2005      Teaching and Research Assistant, Loyola Univ. Chicago

2003–2005      Loyola Graduate School Program Oversight Council, Loyola Univ. Chicago

2002 (Summer)           English/Basic Writing Instructor (Adjunct), Citrus College

1998 (Summer)           Adjunct Professor, Swaziland Evangelical Bible Institute

 

OTHER POSITIONS

2008–2010      Adult Minister, PFB Church

2006–2010      Leader of Theological Education Tours (Jesus in Israel; Paul in Greece and Turkey; Reformation in Germany and Switzerland), PFB Church

2002–2007      Substitute Teacher, Pasadena Unified Schools, Chicago Public Schools, Sacred Heart High School

2001–2002      Developer and Author of English Writing Curriculum, Stepping Stones Tutoring

1999–2001      Youth Minster, West Covina Christian Church

1999 (Winter, Summer)          Missionary, African Leadership Partners, Swaziland

1993–1995      Homeless Shelter Volunteer, Portland Remnant Ministries

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

2006–present   Alpha Sigma Nu

2004–present   Catholic Biblical Association

2004–present   Evangelical Theological Society

2003–2007      Loyola Theology Caucus

2000–present   Society of Biblical Literature

 

ACADEMIC HONORS

2004    Loyola Graduate School Research Assistant Grant

2003    Loyola Theology Department Academic Grant

2003    American Baptist Credit Union Scholarship

2003    American Baptist Convention PhD Scholarship

2001    Fuller’s James F. and Barbara Bere Merit Scholarship

1999, 2000, 2001        Fuller Institutional Grants

 

BOOKS

(forthcoming)  2 Corinthians, rev. ed., Ralph P. Martin. WBC. Waco: Word. (co-editor and contributor with Ralph P. Martin)

2009    1-2 Corinthians. Cornerstone Biblical Commentary. Carol Stream, IL: Tyndale. (with William Baker and Ralph P. Martin)

2008    Paul’s Inclusive Ethic: Resolving Community Conflicts and Promoting Mission in Romans 14–15. WUNT 2/252. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. (author)
 

ARTICLES

(forthcoming)  “2 Corinthians and Rhetorical Criticism.” In 2 Corinthians, rev. ed., Ralph P. Martin. WBC. Waco: Word.

(forthcoming)  “The Composition of 2 Corinthians.” In 2 Corinthians, rev. ed., Ralph P. Martin. WBC. Waco: Word.

(forthcoming)  “The Resurrection in 2 Corinthians.” In 2 Corinthians, rev. ed., Ralph P. Martin. WBC. Waco: Word.

(forthcoming)  Engaging Students on the Internet Using Wiki Technology to Improve Your Class Notes.” In Teaching the Bible in the Undergraduate Liberal Arts Context. Eds. Glenn Holland and Jane Webster. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press.

(forthcoming)  “Paul in Acts.” In Issues in Luke-Acts. Eds. Sean Adams and Michael Pahl. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press.

2010    “Rethinking Christian Justice.” Journal of Lutheran Ethics 10.7

2009    “Introducing Exegesis with the OIDA Method.” Teaching Theology and Religion 12.4.

2008    “The Wiki Way: Improving Your Class Notes Using the Internet for Online Student Collaboration.” SBL FORUM.

 
REVIEWS AND ABSTRACTS

2008    Review of Hate the Evil, Hold Fast to the Good: Structuring Romans 12.1-15.1 by Kuo-Wei Peng.” Review of Biblical Literature.

2007    Review of Incandescence: Light Shed Through the Word by Ben Witherington III." Anglican Theological Review.

2007    Review of The Gravity of Sin by Matt Jenson.” Anglican Theological Review.

2007    “Review of Understanding Matthew: the Early Christian Worldview of the First Gospel by Stephen Westerholm.” Anglican Theological Review.

2005    Review of The Book of Acts: Form, Style, and Theology by Martin Dibelius edited by K. Hanson.” Review of Biblical Literature.

2005present   Abstractor of Near Eastern Archaeology. 68.1-2 to present for Religious and Theological Abstracts.

2004present   Abstractor of Lutheran Theological Journal. 38.3 to present for Religious and Theological Abstracts.

2004present   Abstractor of Theology and the Arts. 16.1 to present for Religious and Theological Abstracts.
 

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

2009    “Paul’s Illiterate Reference Letter in 2 Cor 3.” Paper Presented at the Second Corinthians Unit during the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. New Orleans, LA.

2008    “Getting ‘to Know’ Biblical Exegesis: the OIDA Method.” Paper Presented at the Best Practices in Teaching Workshop during the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. Boston, MA.

2007    “Paul's Rhetorical Strategy in Romans 14-15.” Paper Presented at the Rhetoric and the New Testament Section during the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. San Diego, CA.

2007    “Did Anything Good Come from Wikipedia? Engaging Students on the Internet Using Wiki Technology to Improve Your Class Notes.” Paper Presented at the Teaching Biblical Literature in an Undergraduate Liberal Arts Context Section during the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. San Diego, CA.

2007    “Making Your Classroom 2.0 Using Wiki and Video Technologies.” Presentation at the Creative Inquiry and the Future of Higher Education Conference for the Annual Meeting of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. San Jose, CA.

2006    “SOM(e) Reflections in Daniel and the Similitudes.” Paper Presented at the Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity Section during the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. Washington, DC.

2006    “Looking at the Relationship of the Seer with the Heavenly Figure in Light of Son of Man Imagery.” Keynote Paper Presented at the Loyola/Marquette Conference. Loyola University Chicago.

2005    “Response Paper to ‘Dreams and Visions in Acts.’” Paper Presented at Engaging Particularities: New Directions in Comparative Theology, Interreligious Dialogue, Theology of Religions and Missiology. Boston College.

2005    “Persuading You of Paul’s Rhetoric in Romans 14.1ff.” Paper Presented at the Marquette/Loyola Conference. Marquette University.

   

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