Charles L. Aaron, Jr.

Co-Director of the Intern Program

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Ph.D,. Union Presbyterian Seminary, 1996; M.Div., Perkins School of Theology, 1985; M.S., University of Memphis, 1981; B. A., Lambuth College, 1978

Research Interests

Biblical Studies. Apocalyptic Literature, Prophets. Pentateuch. Preaching from the Old Testament. Prophetic Preaching, Prophetic Ministry

Selected Publications

:: Preaching the Gospel of Hope: How the Prophets Navigate between Optimism and Despair,” chapter in Preaching Gospel, ed. by Charles L. Campbell, et. al. (Cascade, 2016)

::The Bible’s Foundation: An Introduction to the Pentateuch (Chalice Press, 2013)

::Parental Guidance Advised: Adult Preaching from the Old Testament, co-edited with Alyce M. McKenzie (Chalice Press, 2013)

::Preaching Hosea, Amos, and Micah (Chalice Press, 2005)

::Your Faith Has Made You Well: Preaching the Miracles, Cycle B (CSS Publishing, 2005)

Professional Distinctions

Ordained elder, The United Methodist Church, North Texas Annual Conference; Society of Biblical Literature (Chair of Homiletics and Biblical Studies Program Unit); Academy of Homiletics 

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