Dr. Jacob D. Myers
Assistant Professor of Homiletics
Office: CH316 / Box 51FCV or Resume
Dr. Myers is interested in homiletical theories and theologies, continental philosophies (esp. poststructuralism, existentialism, and phenomenology), and emerging expressions of faith and practice in postmodern, post-Christian contexts. His research focuses on alternative epistemologies for sermon development and delivery, the philosophical and theological conditions for the im/possibility of preaching, contextual/constructive biblical hermeneutics and theologies, and the ways in which preaching interacts with cultures and traditions.
- PhD, Emory University
- MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary
- BA, Gardner Webb University
Denomination: Presbyterian Church (USA)