Faculty

portrait of Matthew C Williams

Matthew C Williams

Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies

Chair, Biblical & Theological Studies New Testament Department

  • Ph.D., Trinity International University
  • M.Div., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • B.S., University of Illinois, Champaign

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Dr. Williams came to Talbot with broad teaching experience, including several years as a missionary to the Spanish Bible Institute and Theological Seminary. He was awarded professor of the year by the University, and he preaches and teaches in various churches and conferences throughout the U.S. and Spain. Dr. Williams was General Editor for Colección Teológica Contemporánea, a series of theological books in Spanish. He has authored articles for Journal of Higher Criticism, Agenda Teológica, and Trinity Journal. He contributed to La Epístola a los Gálatas; The Synoptic Problem: Three Views of Gospel Origins; The Synoptic Gospels; and Historians of the Christian Tradition.

Affiliations

  • Evangelical Theological Society (Member)
  • Society of Biblical Literature (Member)
  • Evangelical Theological Society (Member)
  • Society of Biblical Literature (Member)

Publications

Books
  • Edited and participated in a Bible Study DVD Series by Zondervan on the Life, Parables, and Miracles of Jesus, 2007.

  • “Comentario de la Epístola a los Gálatas.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 7, F.F. Bruce, 2004.

  • “Revelación bíblica: el fundamento de la Teológico cristiana.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 8, Clark H. Pinnock, 2004.

  • “Cómo llegar a ellos? Defendamos y comuniquemos la fe cristiana a los no creyentes.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 3, Michael Green & Alister McGrath, 2003.

  • “Dios Crucificado: Monoteísmo y Cristología en el Nuevo Testamento.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 6, Richard Bauckham, 2003.

  • “Una Teológico del Nuevo Testamento.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 2, G.E. Ladd, 2003.

  • “Jesús es el Cristo: Estudios sobre la Teológico Joánica.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 5, Leon Morris, 2003.

  • “Jesús bajo sospecha.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 4 , Michael J. Wilkins & J.P. Moreland, 2003.

  • “El verdadero pensamiento de Pablo.” Colección Teológica Contemporánea vol. 1, N.T. Wright, 2002.

  • Series Coordinator and General Editor, “Colección Teológica Contemporánea.” 1999-present, a translation project of scholarly, evangelical books with Clie Publishing, Barcelona, Spain.

Articles
  • “Pauline Studies in the Last 25 Years.” an introduction to F. F. Bruce, La Epístola a los Gálatas, translation of F. F. Bruce, The Epistle to the Galatians, NIGTC, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1982; Terrassa, Spain: Clie, 2004.

  • “The Case for Markan Priority.” in The Synoptic Problem: Three Views to Gospel Origins, Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2003.

  • “A Response to the Two-Gospel View of Gospel Origins.” in The Synoptic Problem: Three Views to Gospel Origins, Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2003.

  • “A Response to the Independence View of Gospel Origins.” in The Synoptic Problem: Three Views to Gospel Origins, Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2003.

  • “The Owen Hypothesis.” Journal of Higher Criticism 7, No.1 2000. Pp. 109-25.

  • “The Synoptic Gospels.” with Scot McKnight, IBR Bibliography Series, Grand Rapids: Baker, 2000.

  • Review of Las Cartas de Juan (Johannine Letters, NICNT), by I. Howard Marshall, in Agenda Teológica 6-7, Diciembre, 1999. Pp. 86-87.

  • “Lukan Historiography.” [and Theology] in Historians of the Christian Tradition, ed. M. Bauman & M. Klauber, Broadman & Holman, 1996. Pp. 39-57.

  • Review of "Noncanonical Writings and New Testament Interpretation." by Craig A. Evans, in Trinity Journal 15NS, No. 1, 1994. Pp. 140-42.

  • Review of "Is There a Synoptic Problem?" by Eta Linnemann, in Trinity Journal 14NS, 1993. Pp. 97-101.

Research Interests

  • Johannine Theology
  • Spanish Literature
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