Dr. Michael Chiavone

Dr. Michael Chiavone

Adjunct Professor of Bible

Email: chiavoml@tntemple.edu

 

Education


  • Ph.D. – Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • M.Div. – Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • B.A. – Tennessee Temple University
 

Academic Experiences


  • Adjunct Professor of Bible – 2009 to present
  • Adjunct Professor of Theology – 2006 to present
  • Faculty Instructional Mentor – 2006 to 2008
 

Teaching Specializations


  • Have taught base systematic theology courses with Liberty Seminary online since 2006
  • Have taught courses in specific theological disciplines, e.g., Christology, theology proper, and hamartiology, with Tennessee Temple since 2009
  • Have taught upper level doctrine of God courses with Liberty Seminary since 2011
 

Ministry & Professional Experience


  • 2002-2008 – Pastor, Saint’s Delight Baptist Church
  • 1999-2001 – Youth Director, Bethesda Baptist Church
 

Membership in Academic Organizations


  • Evangelical Theological Society – 2006 to present
 

Publications & Presentations


  • Monograph
    • The One God: A Critically Developed Evangelical Doctrine of Trinitarian Unity. Eugene: Pickwick, 2009.
 

Professional Presentations


  • “Matthew’s Use of Isa 7:14: A Valid Hermeneutic,” presented at the national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, November 2008.
  • “No Other Gods: The Danger of Medical Idolatry,” presented at the Southeast regional ETS meeting, March 2008.
  • “Questioning the Explanatory Power of a Thoroughly Egalitarian Social Model of the Trinity: A Case Study in Millard Erickson,” presented at the national meeting of ETS, November 2006.
  • “The Relationship Between Trinity and Soteriology in Origen’s Commentary on the Gospel of John and On First Principles,” presented at the Ph.D. Student Conference at Southeastern Seminary, 2003.