“If the Bible is true, then none of our fears are legitimate, none of our frustrations are permanent, and none of our opposition is significant.”
I’ve taught at BJU since 2000, following 19 years as a writer, editor, and supervisor at BJU Press. I teach courses in theology, New Testament, and Old Testament, with special interests in ecclesiology and the Pauline Epistles. I also lead the BJU summer ministry team to Africa. Nothing brings me more joy than teaching in developing countries. My professional page is here.
My wife, Pam, and I are members at Grace Baptist Fellowship, Greenville, SC. We have two grown daughters, who are objectively better than anybody else’s children. I enjoy occasional acting in dramatic productions at BJU, mostly to learn by watching real actors. I once rode a bicycle from Boston to Greenville (alone, as it should be), and I’ve made the second highest bungee jump in the world, at Victoria Falls, Zambia. I throw a baseball with my right hand and a football with my left. (It’s complicated.) I’ve held both a brown belt in judo and EMT certification, but those were a long time ago. Even longer ago, I once sang in concert with Dean Wilder, and I can’t sing a lick.
Contact Dan at dolinger [at] bju [dot] edu.