Daniel K. Eng, DMin

Daniel K. Eng
Assistant Professor of New Testament Language and Literature
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"I consider myself part of a chain, like the one Paul describes in 2 Timothy 2:2. Godly mentors and teachers have guided me in Bible study skills, ministry skills, and character development. Like Timothy, it's my privilege to entrust these principles to faithful students who will serve others in the church."

Degrees Earned

PhD in Theology and Religious Studies (Graduand)

University of Cambridge

DMin in Asian American Ministry

Talbot School of Theology

ThM in Bible Exposition

Talbot School of Theology

MDiv in Pastoral Ministry

Talbot School of Theology

BA in Communication Studies

Boston College

Selected Publications

"James" in The New Teatement in Color: A Multiethnic Commentary — IVP Academic, forthcoming

"An Asian Introduction to James," in An Asian Introduction to the New Testament — Fortress Press, forthcoming

James: An Honor-Shame Paraphrase — Time Press, 2018

“‘The Refining of Your Faith?’ Metallurgic Testing Imagery in James” — Bulletin for Biblical Research (forthcoming)

“I Call You Friends: Jesus as Patron in John 15” — Themelios (forthcoming)

“Addressing the Stigma Associated with Seeking Help for Mental Health Among Asian Americans,” with Judith K. TenElshof — The Journal of Psychology and Christianity 39.2 (2020): 125-133.

“The Role of Semitic Catchwords in Interpreting the Epistle of James” — Tyndale Bulletin 70.2 (2019): 245-267.

“Finally Belonging: The Reception of the Parable of the Prodigal Son Among Asian Americans” — The Journal of the Asian American Theological Forum 6.2 (November 2019).

“The Widening Circle: Honour, Shame, and Collectivism in the Parable of the Prodigal Son” — Expository Times 130.5 (February 2019): 193-201.

“The Antioch Assumption: Did Jews and Gentiles Actually Worship Together in Antioch?” — Evangelical Review of Theology 42, (July 2018): 268–279.

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