Wesley T. Davey, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor, New Testament
Wesley earned a BA in Cross-Cultural Education from Northland International University (2008), an MDiv from Virginia Beach Theological Seminary (2011), and a PhD in Biblical Studies/New Testament from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary under David Alan Black (2016). The title of his dissertation was "Sight in the Tempest: Suffering as Participation with Christ in the Pauline Corpus." His areas of research include the letters to the Romans and to the Philippians, Pauline theology more broadly, and post-critical hermeneutics. Currently he is completing a book review of Second Corinthians and Paul’s Gospel of Human Mortality, writing an article on Paul’s use of Ps 43:23 (LXX) in Rom 8:36, and editing his dissertation in hopes of eventual publication.
“Sight in the Tempest: Suffering as Participation with Christ in the Pauline Corpus.” PhD diss., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016.