New Testament Scholar Joins Boyce College Faculty
Boyce College has hired Daniel Stevens as assistant professor of New Testament interpretation.
Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler said Stevens is an excellent addition to the faculty.
“Daniel Stevens is an outstanding young scholar whose commitment to Christian scholarship is stellar and whose dedication to teaching young ministers and college students is clear,” Mohler said. “His education and experience are outstanding.
“We are very glad he is joining the Boyce College and Southern Seminary faculty. His doctoral work at the University of Cambridge and his research at Tyndale House speak loudly of his commitment to Christian scholarship and teaching.”
Stevens, who will relocate to Louisville and join the faculty this fall, is excited to train students to love and serve the church.
"I am thrilled to be starting this new position at Boyce College,” he said. “All my previous studies have been with the goal to help others better understand the New Testament, and I am humbled by the opportunity to help guide the students of Boyce and through them to serve the church.”
Stevens earned his PhD from the University of Cambridge where he previously taught courses in Greek and lectured on various topics in New Testament studies from 2017 to 2019. Previously, Stevens taught at The Master’s University and Seminary and most recently served as director of the Scholars Initiative at the Museum of the Bible.
Stevens looks forward to joining the community and furthering the commitment of Boyce College and Southern Seminary in assisting the church through faithful scholarship.
“My wife and I are looking forward to being a part of a place where we can raise our family in a thick Christian community. I especially hope to help students gain a love for the Scriptures in their original languages and to contribute to an environment in which rigorous study is fueled by and feeds faith."
With scholarly interests in the Greek language, the epistle to the Hebrews, textual criticism, and New Testament theology, Stevens brings a blend of teaching and research experience to the faculty.
Stevens and his wife, Hannah, have a one-year-old child, August.
Dustin Bruce, Boyce College dean, says Stevens has the ideal combination of a scholar’s mind and heart to equip Boyce College students.
“The addition of Daniel Stevens brings one of the brightest young minds in New Testament scholarship to Boyce College,” Bruce said. “I am confident his expertise and passion for the Bible will serve our students well as they prepare for careers in the ministry and marketplace.”