David D. Flowers received a B.A. in Religion from East Texas Baptist University (2005) and a M.T.S. in Biblical Studies from Houston Graduate School of Theology (2012), an ecumenical and evangelical seminary.
David was in student ministry for seven years within the SBC. He then taught Theology & Ethics, Christian History, and Latin at The Woodlands Christian Academy (North Houston) from 2008 to 2013.
David joined the Mennonite USA in June 2013. He and his family will be moving to Virginia this Fall to pastor Christiansburg Mennonite Fellowship, an Anabaptist church in the New River Valley.
His general interests are in the following areas: New Testament, biblical theology, hermeneutics, church history, ecclesiology, Anabaptism, and what is known as the “deeper” Christian life.
His area of expertise is in NT theology, Christian ethics, the Gospels, and historical Jesus studies.
On top of teaching and preaching full-time, David blogs at The Centrality and Supremacy of Jesus Christ. Read about the purpose of his blog here.
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When he’s not pastoring, writing for his blog, or spending time with his family, David enjoys reading, going to the movies, hiking the trails, talking theology over coffee, and contemplating the mysteries of the universe.
David has currently published articles in Christian Ethics Today, the Wittenburg Door, and Searching Together Magazine.
“John Calvin 3:16-21″ Wittenburg Door Magazine- March/April 07 (also published in Christian Ethics Today Journal – Spring 07), “Jesus on Money: The TBN Translation” Wittenburg Door Magazine -July/August 07, “Romans 13: The Patriotic Version” Christian Ethics Today – Summer 07, “The Sermon on the Hill (The American Beatitudes)” Christian Ethics Today – Winter 08/Issue 068, “Heaven to Earth: The Christian Hope in the Resurrection” Searching Together Magazine – Autumn/Winter 09 Double Issue.
Membership in Professional Societies:
- Evangelical Theological Society
- Society of Biblical Literature
- Institute of Biblical Research