Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
- Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
- M.A., University of Notre Dame
- M.A., Talbot School of Theology
- M.S., Pensacola Christian College
- B.A., Harvard University
Trained in New Testament studies, Dr. Lee-Barnewall's desire is to help students develop their relationship with Christ through an informed and application-oriented understanding of Scripture. She is the author of “Paul, the Stoics, and the Body of Christ”. Dr. Lee-Barnewall has published articles in New Testament Studies and Novum Testamentum and has presented papers at the national meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Society of Biblical Literature.
- Evangelical Theological Society
- Institute for Biblical Literature
- Society of Biblical Literature
Awards and Honors
- Lilly Theological Scholars Grant, The Association of Theological Schools, 2008-09
- Faculty Research Grant, Biola University, 2004-05
- Dissertation Fellowship, University of Notre Dame, 1996-97
- Ph.D. candidacy examinations passed with honors, University of Notre Dame, 1996
- Graduate Student Union Travel Grant, University of Notre Dame, 1996
- University Tuition Scholarship, University of Notre Dame, 1993-2001
- University Fellowship, University of Notre Dame, 1993-94
- Graduated with highest honors, Talbot School of Theology, 1993
- Graduated cum laude, Harvard University, 1988
- Harvard College Scholarship for academic achievement of high distinction, Harvard University, 1985-86, 86-87
Contributing author. Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary. Ed. Tremper Longman III. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013.
“What does Paul mean by taking the Lord's Supper in an 'unworthy' manner?” Biola Connections, Winter 2004.
“Beauty is Soul Deep: 180 Devotions for Growing a Meaningful Inner Life.” (co-edited with D. June Hetzel) Uhrichsville, OH: Barbour, 2003.
Review of “Navigating Paul,” Jouette M. Bassler (Louisville, KY: Westminster, 2007), Expository Times, forthcoming.
“Turning kephale on Its Head: Paul's Argumentative Strategy in Eph. 5:21-33,” Christian Origins and Classical Culture: Social and Literary Contexts for the New Testament, vol. 1 of The New Testament in Its Hellenistic Context, eds. Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (Leiden: Brill, forthcoming).
“Review of Being Conformed to Christ in Community: A Study of Maturity, Maturation and the Local Church in the Undisputed Pauline Epistles”, James George Samra (Library of New Testament Studies 320; London: T & T Clark, 2006), Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, forthcoming.
“Paul, the Stoics, and the Body of Christ” SNTSMS137; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
Review of The IVP Women's Bible Commentary (co-written with Joanne Jung), ed. Catherine Clark Kroeger and Mary J. Evans, Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2002. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 47, 2004. Pp. 161-64.
“A Call to Martyrdom: Function as Method and Message in Revelation.” Novum Testamentum 40, 1998. Pp. 164-94.
“Philippians as Chiasmus: Key to the Structure, Unity and Theme Questions.” co-written with A. Boyd Luter, New Testament Studies 41, 1995. Pp. 89-101.