Rob A. Fringer, BA (Point Loma Nazarene University), MA (Nazarene Theological Seminary), PhD (University of Manchester)
‘Paul’s Corporate Christophany: An Evaluation of Paul’s Christophanic References in Their Epistolary Contexts’ (NTC)
Rob is the Principal of Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane, Australia where he also serves as lecturer in Biblical Studies and Biblical Language. He is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene and has 15 years of pastoral experience working in the areas of Youth, Adult Discipleship and Community Outreach. He began his doctoral studies through Nazarene Theological College in 2010 under the supervision of Dr Kent Brower. His thesis looks at Paul’s Christophanic experience (Damascus Road Experience) and how Paul references it to shape the church’s eschatological identity. Rob is married (Vanessa) and has two young children (Sierra and Brenden).
Theology of Luck: Fate, Chaos, & Faith (Beacon Hill Press, 2015) (with Jeff K. Lane).
The Samaritan Project (The House Studio, 2012) (with Jeff K. Lane).
“Regeneration/Rebirth.” In Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Biblical Studies. Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press. Forthcoming 2017.
“Dying to be the Church: 1 Corinthians 15 and Paul’s Shocking Revelation about Death and Resurrection.” Evangelical Review of Theology 41.2 (2017): 174-184.
“The Antithetical Identity of the Philippian Opponents and Paul’s Shaping of Eschatological Identity.” Aldersgate Papers 11 (2015): 94-106.
“Rome, place of.” In The Lexham Bible Dictionary. J. D. Barry and L. Wentz, editors. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2012.