Dr. Timothy S. Price

Dr. Timothy S. Price

Adjunct Professor

Email: pricet@tntemple.edu


  • BA Campbell University
  • MA, MDiv, ThM, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • MA, North Carolina Central University
  • PhD, King’s College, University of Aberdeen

Academic Experience

  • 2014-Present: Instructor of English online, Tennessee Temple University
  • 2013-Present: Adjunct Instructor of the History of Ideas, The College at Southeastern, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC
  • 2013-Present: Adjunct Instructor of Religion, Johnston Community College, Smithfield, NC
  • 2013-Present: Adjunct Instructor of English, Louisburg College, Louisburg, NC
  • 2009: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Taught one course in Christian Ethics for Southeastern’s Certificate Program.
  • 2009: Graduate Assistant and Writing Consultant Specialist in the North Carolina Central University Writing Studio
  • 2008: Research Assistant/Fellow to Dr. David W. Jones, Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Teaching Specializations

  • Christian Ethics
  • Practical Theology
  • Composition and Rhetoric

Ministry & Professional Experience

  • Current ministry involvement: My wife and I teach a children’s Sunday school class every other month. We also participate in a monthly food distribution ministry to the community and a weekly community garden. The food from the garden is harvested and given to those in need. I also teach adult Sunday school on occasion.
  • 2011-2013: Small Group leader. I taught a group of approximately 10 university students on a weekly basis as well as led the church’s ministry to mentoring university students in their final year of studies. Gerrard Street Baptist Church, Aberdeen, Scotland
  • 2007-2009: Sunday School Teacher, Faith Baptist Church, Youngsville, North Carolina
  • June-August 2006: Church Planting Intern: Treasure State Baptist Association of Western Montana. Duties included door-to-door evangelism, supporting pastors of new church plants, assisting in sports camps for children and teenagers, and serving closely with the Director of Missions for the Western part of the state.
  • June-August 2005: Youth Ministry Intern: Cedar Branch Baptist Church, Jamesville, North Carolina. Duties included planning weekly activities for youth and children. I emphasized serving in the local community through missions as well as taking the youth on a mission trip for a week.
  • June-August 2004: Summer Missionary in Wasilla, Alaska. Duties included mentoring youth, making friendships with unchurched youth, administering baptism, occasional preaching, and a weekly outreach to youth in the community.
  • October 2003-May 2004: Volunteer Youth Director of the Vineyard Baptist Church, Dunn, North Carolina. I taught youth Wednesday and Sunday nights and also preached on occasion.
  • March 2002-March 2003: Minister of Youth, Mingo Baptist Church, Dunn, North Carolina. I taught Wednesday and Sunday night and also preached on occasion. I also participated in a week long mission trip.
  • June-August 2001: Minister of Youth intern, Trinity Baptist Church, Arcadia, North Carolina. I taught Wednesday and Sunday nights and well as preaching on occasion.

Membership in Academic Organizations

  • Evangelical Theological Society
  • Simga Tau Delta, (International English Honors Society)
  • Society of the Study of Christian Ethics
  • Society for the Study of Theology
  • Tyndale Fellowship

Denominational & Community Service

  • Sunday School Teaching
  • Monthly Food Distribution
  • Weekly Community Garden Involvement

Publications & Presentations

  • Books/Chapters in Books
    • I have signed a contract with Paternoster Press to publish my PhD thesis tentatively entitled “Luther and Bavinck on Education.”
    • Body/Soul Dualism in the Christian Tradition and the Morality of Cremation. 2010, VDM Verlag, 2010. ISBN 978-3-639-28665-6
    • “John Calvin and Herman Bavinck on the Doctrine of Justification in Relation to Ethics.” Since We are Justified by Faith: Justification in the Theologies of the Protestant Reformation, ed. Michael Parsons, Paternoster, 2012. ISBN 978-1842277775
  • Articles
    • “Luther’s Use of Aristotle in the Three Estates and its Implications,” Journal of Markets and Morality (Peer reviewed), Will be published in the Fall 2015 (18:2) edition.
    • “Agnosticism,” “Confucius,” “Eucharist,” “Gnostic Gospels,” “Shi’ite,” “Soul Sleep,” “Sunni,” “Stoker, Bram,” Will be published in the Baker Dictionary of Cults and Religions, ed. H. Wayne House, Baker, Forthcoming, 2014.
    • “Herman Bavinck and Abraham Kuyper on the Subject of Education as Seen in Two Public Addresses,” The Bavinck Review, 2:1, 2011.
    • “A Comparative Analysis of Martin Luther and John Calvin Concerning the First and Second Commandments,” Ashland Theological Journal, (Summer, 2008).

Special Recognitions

  • 2011-2012: Attendee at the Tyndale Fellowship Ethics Group, Tyndale House, Cambridge England
  • 2010-2013: Invited participant in the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics Leadership Programme, Tyndale House, Cambridge, England
  • 2009: Graduate English Award for Academic Excellence, North Carolina Central University
  • 2008: 4.0 GPA in the degree of Master of Theology, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • 2008: Awarded Second Place in the Category of Best Student Paper at the Southeastern regional meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, March 14, 2008.
  • 2007: Recipient of the J. Lake Williams Award in Christian Ethics from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary for “exceptional skill and promise in the study of Christian ethics”