Associate Professor of Theology
Dr. Mark Goodwin received his doctoral degree from Yale University in 1992 and has taught in the Theology Department at the University of Dallas since 1993. Dr. Goodwin's interests in scripture are wide-ranging, but are focused on the New Testament and its first century Jewish environment. In 2001, Dr. Goodwin published a book exploring the Jewish character of Paul's God-talk entitled Paul, Apostle of the Living God: Kerygma and Conversion in 2 Corinthians. Dr. Goodwin also offers a course in Judaism and has interests in Catholic-Jewish interreligious dialogue.
Paul, Apostle of the Living God: Kerygma and Conversion in 2 Corinthians. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International, 2001.
"Hosea and 'The Son of the Living God' in Matthew 16:16b, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 67 (2005): 265-283.
"Response to David Rensberger: Anti-Judaism and John's Gospel" in Anti-Judaism and the Gospels, William Farmer, Ed., Harrisburg: Trinity Press International (1999): 158-171.
"Commentary on Titus." In The International Bible Commentary. Edited by William R. Farmer. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press (1998): 1752-58.
"The Pauline Background of the Living God as Interpretive Context for 1 Timothy 4:10." Journal for the Study of the New Testament. 61 (1996): 65-85.