Wayne Coppins is Associate Professor of Religion at the University of Georgia, where he has taught since 2007. His main research and teaching interests include the letters of Paul and the Gospels of Mark and John, as well as topics related to the intersection between German and Anglophone scholarship. M.A. students wishing to work in these areas are particularly welcome to apply.
After earning his B.A. in Greek and Latin at the University of Georgia in 1998, he studied theology for two years at the University of Tübingen in Germany. He then moved to England where he received his M.A. in Theology and Religion from the University of Durham. In 2007 he completed his Ph.D. in Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Cambridge.
His book The Interpretation of Freedom in the Letters of Paul: With Special Reference to the ‘German’ Tradition was published in 2009 by Mohr Siebeck (Tübingen, Germany), and has been favorably reviewed in leading journals.
Please see his website for further details about his education, research, and teaching, as well as information for undergraduate and graduate students focusing on New Testament Studies.
Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.