WILLIAM WILSON

Professor of New Testament and Greek; Master of Arts in Christian Studies Program Coordinator

William.Wilson@LutherRice.edu

B.A., Wingate University; M.Div., Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

William Wilson left his home state of North Carolina in 1992 to study at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, where he received a MDiv (1996) and a PhD in New Testament (2002). He was actively involved in youth ministry for over a decade and served as the Youth Minister at Burton Hill Baptist Church in Fort Worth from 1995 to 2004.

Teaching opportunities at Southwestern and Oklahoma Baptist University deepened William's desire to expound the Scriptures and articulate the Christian worldview in a classroom setting. From 2005-2011 Wilson served as Visiting Professor of Christian Studies at Fudan University in Shanghai, China. His course offerings provided a systematic introduction to biblical studies and the Christian worldview for a broad range of students at one of China's most prestigious universities. Wilson joined the Luther Rice faculty in 2012. 

Please visit the following links for more of Dr. Wilson's published works and writings.

  • Jude's Apocalyptic Eschatology as Theological Exclusivism. Dallas: Fontes Press, 2021. Also on Amazon.
  • "Anthropology and Eschatology in Luke 20:27-40: An Exegetical Study." Journal of Biblical Ministry (Summer 2013): 89-105. 
  • "Exclusivism." In The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization. Chichester, UK: Blackwell, 2011.
  • "The Pursuit of Happiness in Christian Thinking." In 路标, 复旦大学哲学院本科生, 第十二期 [Lubiao, Fudan University School of   Philosophy Undergraduate Student Journal, vol. 12],(Fall 2009).
  • "The Christian Worldview in Image-conditioned Culture: Reflections on Homiletical Methods." In Engaging Our World: Christian Worldview From the Ivory Tower to Global Impact. Tulsa, OK: W & S Academic Press, 2009: 230-241.