Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. John Tyler

Dr. John Tyler, Jr. is the program coordinator for HBU Legal Studies and associate professor of Government. Dr. Tyler practiced commercial, civil rights and toxic tort litigation as an attorney in Texas for 35 years. As a professor, his teaching emphasizes the dynamic conflict between the political, moral and historical dimensions of law that formed the Western legal tradition. Continue reading “Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. John Tyler”

Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. Lou Markos

 

Dr. Louis Markos is the Robert H. Ray Chair in Humanities, scholar-in-residence and professor of English in the HBU School of Humanities. He is an authority on C.S. Lewis and ancient Greece and Rome. He is a thoughtful author and a lively speaker and teacher. Continue reading “Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. Lou Markos”

Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. Timothy Brookins

Dr. Timothy Brookins serves as the director of Graduate Programs for the School of Christian Thought, program coordinator for Graduate Theology Programs, interim chair for the Department of Theology and assistant professor of Classics and Biblical Languages. Dr. Brookins specializes in the Greco-Roman context of early Christianity, with a primary emphasis in the Pauline epistles. A new program, Master of Arts in Classics and Early Christianity, is being launched. Continue reading “Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. Timothy Brookins”

Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. Chris Kugler

Dr. Chris Kugler is as an assistant professor of Theology, and an online program coordinator for Theology at HBU. His primary teaching focuses on Jesus and Paul in their second-temple, Jewish and Greco-Roman contexts. Continue reading “Dr. Jerry Johnston Interviews Dr. Chris Kugler”