Faculty Bio



Peter’s primary interests include the Hebrew language and Scriptures, apologetics, hermeneutics, interfaith dialogue, the Jewishness of the New Covenant Scriptures, and the Jewish heritage and essence of the faith.  He has been profoundly captivated and impacted in particular by the divine presence of God from the perspective of the Tanakh, with its import and ramifications for the New Covenant Scriptures. Peter once served as a chaplain in San Antonio, TX.  He then served as a Student Director for the Resort Ministries, and then in a ministry in the National Parks (serving in four national parks).  Following this, Peter served as a pastor for two congregations (Illinois and Ohio).
  1. Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1993; B.S., Life Sciences-Biology, Kansas State University, 1983. 
Course offered: God’s Pursuit of Humanity, Genesis.