Cheryl Crawford (PhD, 2008), Assistant Professor of Youth Ministry, Department of Practical Theology, Azusa Pacific University.
John C. DelHousaye (PhD, 2006), Assistant Professor of New Testament, Phoenix Seminary.
Del Gray (PhD, 2005), Assistant Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies, Tabor College.
Jaretha J. Jimena-Palmer (PhD, 2007), Professor of Church History and Associate Dean, International Theological Seminary.
Joanne J. Jung (PhD, 2007), Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies and Spiritual Formation, Biola University.
Quentin Kinnison (PhD, 2008), Degree Completion Christian Ministry and Leadership Program Director, Fresno Pacific University.
Athena Evelyn O. Gorospe (PhD, 2006), Asian Theological Seminary, Philippines.
Parush Parushev (PhD, 2007), Lecturer in Applied Theology and
Director of the Institute of Systematic Studies of Contextual
Theologies, International Baptist Theological Seminary of the European
Helen Rhee (PhD, 2004), Assistant Professor of Church History, Westmont College.
Tammy Williams (PhD, 2006), Assistant Professor of Theology and Black Church Studies, Duke University Divinity School.
Lewis Winkler (PhD, 2009), Registrar and Lecturer, Theological and Historical Studies, East Asia School of Theology, Singapore.
Selected Recent Published Dissertations of CATS Graduates
Jim W. Adams (PhD, 2007), The Performative Nature and Function of Isaiah 40-55 (Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies 448; New York: T. & T. Clark, 2006).
Pavel Hejzlar (PhD, 2009), Two Paradigms for Divine Healing: Fred F.
Bosworth, Kenneth E. Hagin, Agnes Sanford, and Francis Macnutt in
Dialogue (Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies 4; Leiden: Brill,
Erik Konsmo (PhD, 2008), The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit:
The Intangible Spirit’s Tangible Presence in the Life of the Christian
(Studies in Biblical Literature 130; New York: Peter Lang, 2010).
Darin H. Land (PhD, 2007), The Diffusion of Ecclesiastical
Authority: Sociological Dimensions of Leadership in the Book of Acts
(Princeton Theological Monograph Series; Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick, 2008).
D. Christopher Spinks (PhD, 2006), The Bible and the Crisis of
Meaning: Debates on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture
(London: T. & T. Clark, 2007).
Adam Winn (PhD, 2007), The Purpose of Mark’s Gospel: An Early
Christian Response to Roman Imperial Propaganda (Wissenschaftliche
Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, 2 Reihe 245; Tübingen: Mohr