Jonny’s main research interest is methodology in biblical studies and historical Jesus research. His PhD thesis (The Metaphysics of Historical Jesus Research) examined the philosophical and theological presuppositions that underpin modern historical Jesus research. He is also actively undertaking research on the theological interpretation of Scripture, and the book of Hebrews in particular.
“The Theological Lineage of N.T. Wright’s Historical Method.” Journal of Theological Interpretation (forthcoming, 2021).
“Jesus and the Wings of YHWH: Bird Imagery in the Lament Over Jerusalem (Matt. 23.37-39; Luke 13.34-35).” Novum Testamentum 61.2 (2019), 115-36.
“Reception History, Theological Interpretation of Scripture, and the Future of New Testament Studies.” Journal of Theological Interpretation 13.2 (2019), 147-67.
“John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme as Prayed Glossolalia: A Suggestion.” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 28.1 (2019), 84-102.
“Difficult Texts: ‘A Dog at the Table’ in Matthew 15.21-28.” Theology 122.4 (2019), 285-88.
PhD in Theology and Religious Studies, University of Nottingham (2020).
MPhil in New Testament Studies, Jesus College, Cambridge (2015).
BA (Hons) in Theology and Religious Studies, University of Nottingham (2014).
4G – Elementary Biblical Greek
4IB – Introduction to the Bible
5G – Intermediate Greek
7IBT – Issues in Biblical Theology
7TTW – Advanced Study of a Theological Text: N.T. Wright
Areas of Interest
Historical Jesus research
New Testament Christology
Theological interpretation of Scripture
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