Dr. Jason Chambers
Department Faculty
Discipline Greek, New Testament

Dr. Jason Chambers

Teaching since: 2022


  • Bachelors in Intercultural Ministry, New Tribes Training Institutes
  • Master of Divinity, concentration in Biblical Exposition, Multnomah Biblical Seminary
  • Th.M., concentration in Biblical Studies, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Ph.D. in Divinity (New Testament), University of Aberdeen


  • Associate Pastor, Clyde’s Chapel Baptist Church, Wendell, NC, 2012–2015
  • Interim Pastor, Second Baptist Church, Washington, NC, 2015
  • Pulpit Supply, Various Locations, 2015–


  • Teaching Fellow (Biblical Theology and Koine Greek), Multnomah Biblical Seminary, 2007–2010
  • Adjunct Professor (Hermeneutics), Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012–2015
  • Adjunct Professor (New Testament), Carolina College of Biblical Studies, 2023–

Publications and Papers

  • Dissertation: "Figures and Councils in the Johannine Lawsuit Motif." (Monograph in production)
  • Article (co-authored): ‘The Administration of God's Wisdom: John 19 and the Knowledge of Good and Evil.’ (in production)
  • “Intimations of a Heavenly Council in the Witness of John’s Gospel.” Paper presented at ETS Southeast Regional 2022, Bob Jones University
  • “Mysticism and the Juridical Motifs of John’s Gospel.” Paper presented at PGR Symposium 2021, University of Aberdeen
  • “Testimony for God’s Son in John 1:29–37 and Punitive Judgment in the Gospel of John.” Paper presented at Tyndale Fellowship Conference 2018, Gospel of John Study Group
  • “The Recognition of God’s Son as the Lamb: The Removal of Sin in Light of the Testimony of John 1:29–37.” Paper presented at St. Andrews Symposium for Biblical and Early Christian Studies, Atonement: Sin, Sacrifice, and Salvation in Jewish and Christian Antiquity, University of St. Andrews, June 2018