(PhD, University of Nottingham) is assistant professor of New Testament and practical theology and the Director of the DMin Program at South University—Columbia. Douglas has written or edited seven books; his most recent books are a Greek grammar resource, Questions and Rhetoric in the Greek New Testament (Zondervan, 2017), and an edited volume with Ruth Sheridan on narrative dynamics in John’s Gospel, How John Works: Storytelling in the Fourth Gospel (SBL Press, 2016).
Douglas contributes to Christianity Today and Bible Study Magazine, and is editor of Didaktikos, the journal for theological education. In addition, he has written numerous essays, articles, and book reviews in various publications. Media mentions of his work have appeared on CNN.com, local NPR, K-Love, and a number of regional newspapers.
Douglas has sixteen years of pastoral ministry experience (churches in NC, NY, CA, and AZ), and is a fellow in the Center for Pastor Theologians. Prior to his present position, he served as an adjunct professor at Phoenix Seminary and Western Seminary. Currently, he resides in Columbia, SC, with his wife Noël and their four children.