Bio

David G. Norman, Jr.
Fort Worth, TX

David Norman is the Institutional Relations Manager for B&H Academic Digital. He has served in ministry for over 16 years in music ministry, youth ministry, church planting, and as a senior pastor.

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Education

  • Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
    PhD with major in Systematic Theology
    Fort Worth, TX
  • Research Interest: “The First Counsellor” of the Particular Baptists: Reassessing the Soteriological Thought of Abraham Booth
    (in dissertation stage)

  • Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
    MDiv with concentrations in Biblical Languages & Preaching
    Fort Worth, TX
    Completed: May 2014
  • East Texas Baptist University
    BA in Religion
    Marshall, TX
    Completed: May 2003

Ministry Experience

  • Itinerant Preaching Ministry, 2012-present
  • Senior Pastor, Greenbrier Baptist Church, Alvarado, TX, 2011-2012
  • Senior Pastor, Crossroads Friends Church, Wichita, KS, 2009-2011
  • Church Planting Intern, The Connection Church, Kyle, TX, 2008-2009
  • Student Pastor, Real Life Fellowship, Corpus Christi, TX, 2007-2008
  • Student Pastor, First United Methodist Church, Marshall, TX, 2002-2006
  • Part Time Music Minister, 2000-2002

Teaching Experience

  • Served as Teaching Assistant for Dr. Madison Grace, Baptist Heritage, Fall and Spring 2016.
  • Delivered a lecture on the Life and Legacy of John Newton for the Oxford Study Tour, Summer 2015.
  • Delivered a lecture on Crafting Sermons from Old Testament Narratives for Advanced Expository Preaching, Spring 2015.
  • Delivered a lecture on the Nineteenth Century American Baptists for Baptist Heritage, Fall 2014.
  • Delivered a lecture on the Union of the Two Natures of Christ for Systematic Theology, Fall 2014.
  • Served as Graduate Assistant for Dr. Paige Patterson, Focused Study in the New Testament: Romans, Fall 2014.
  • Delivered a lecture on the Life and Legacy of John Newton for the Oxford Study Tour, Summer 2014.
  • Served as Teaching Assistant for Dr. Terry Wilder, Biblical Hermeneutics, Spring 2014.

Additional Experience

  • Editorial Assistant for the Southwestern Journal of Theology and the Assistant for the Center for Theological Research and Oxford Study Program at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX, 2013-2016
  • Men’s Retreat Preacher for Christian Outreach Church, Willow Park, TX, 2013
  • Revive This Nation Preacher for First Baptist Church, Junction, TX, 2013
  • Speaker at Garrison High School Baccalaureate Service, Garrison, TX, 2012
  • Preacher for Barclay College Fall Revival, Arkansas City, KS, 2010
  • Preacher for Camp Quaker Haven Youth Camp, Arkansas City, KS, 2010
  • Short-term missions, Bangladesh, 2010

Honors / Awards / Memberships

  • The Land Center for Cultural Engagement Colloquium, 2014
  • SWBTS Baptist Theological Research Award Winner, 2012
  • Evangelical Theological Society – Student Member
  • Evangelical Homiletic Society – Associate Member
  • Society of Biblical Literature – Student Member

Published Articles / Book Reviews

  • Lessons from the Chair of Fire: L. R. Scarborough’s Legacy of Evangelistic Preaching
  • Review of Roger D. Duke and Phil A. Newton, Venture All for God. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 56.1 (Fall 2013): 116.
  • Review of Michael Horton, For Calvinism. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 56.1 (Fall 2013): 104-06.
  • Review of Norman Jeune III, Theologian Trading Cards. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 56.1 (Fall 2013): 109-10.
  • Review of James A. Patterson, James Robinson Graves. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 56.2 (Spring 2014): 295-97.
  • Review of John Piper, Brothers, We are Not Professionals, Revised Edition. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 57.1 (Fall 2014): 134-36.
  • Review of John Piper, Does God Desire All to be Saved? In Southwestern Journal of Theology 57.2 (Spring 2015): 313-14.
  • Review of Jason C. Meyer, Preaching: A Biblical Theology. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 58.1 (Fall 2015): 144-46.
  • Review of Paul E. Pettit and Todd E. Mangum, Blessed are the Balanced. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 59.1 (Fall 2016): 118–19.
  • Review of Bobbie Jamieson, Going Public. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 59.2 (Spring 2017): 247–48.
  • Review of John Newton, The Works of John Newton. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 59.2 (Spring 2017): 252–53.
  • Review of Tony Reinke, Newton on the Christian Life. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 59.2 (Spring 2017): 253–55.
  • Review of Colin Duriez, The Oxford Inklings. In Southwestern Journal of Theology 59.2 (Spring 2017): 257–58.

Forthcoming Book Reviews

  • Andrew Fuller, Strictures on Sandemanianism, ed. Nathan Finn.

Personal

  • Spouse: Krista Norman
  • Children: Micah, Allyson, Caleb, Haddon, Jack