The SBJT Forum
Barry Joslin, M. David Sills, Ted Cabal, Rober Vogel, Heath Lambert
Barry Joslin is currently Associate Professor of Christian Theology at Boyce College of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he also earned his Ph.D. degree.
In addition, he also serves as the Worship Pastor at Ninth and O Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Joslin is the author of Hebrews, Christ, and the Law (Paternoster, 2009) and numerous articles and book reviews which have been published in such journal as: Themelios, Southern Baptist Journal of Theology, Library of New Testament Studies, and Currents in Biblical Research. He is currently writing a commentary on Hebrews and has recently completed writing the Adult Sunday School Exploring the Bible quarterly on Hebrews for LifeWay (forthcoming, 2014).
M. David Sills is A. P. and Faye Stone Professor of Christian Missions and Cultural Anthropology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Dr. Sills previously served as a missionary in Ecuador, as a church planter and general evangelist among the Highland Quichua people and as Rector and professor at the Ecuadorian Baptist Theological Seminary. His recent books include The Missionary Call: Find Your Place in God’s Plan for the World (Moody, 2008) and Reaching and Teaching: A Call to Great Commission Obedience (Moody, 2010).
Ted Cabal is professor of philosophy at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Dr. Cabal has served as the Dean of Boyce College, and has also taught at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Dallas Baptist University. He has written a number of articles on philosophy and apologetics, and is the general editor of The Apologetics Study Bible (2007).
Robert Vogel is the Carl E. Bates Professor of Christian Preaching and Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Prior to this role he served as Professor of Homiletics for twenty years at Western Seminary, where he also served as an Associate Dean and Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program.
Heath Lambert is Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he earned his Ph.D. degree, and Boyce College where he serves as the Associate Dean of Applied Studies.
Dr. Lambert also serves as the Executive Director of the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors (NANC) and he has previously served as a pastor in Kentucky and North Carolina. He is the author of The Biblical Counseling Movement after Adams (Crossway, 2011), the editor (with Stuart Scott) of Counseling the Hard Cases: True Stories Illustrating the Sufficiency of God’s Resources in Scripture (B&H Academic, 2012), and Finally Free: Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace (Zondervan, 2013).