Associate Professor of New Testament, School of Divinity
- PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- ThM, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- MDiv, Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary
- BS, Maranatha Baptist University
Dr. Kevin McFadden teaches New Testament courses including The Gospel of Mark, General Epistles and Revelation, and Romans. He also teaches various courses in Greek.
Prior to coming to Cairn, Dr. McFadden also taught New Testament and Greek for three years at Lousiana College. He also taught at Central Baptist Theological Seminary and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Academic Specialties & Interests:
Pauline Theology, Romans, Hellenistic Greek
- “Does Πίστις Mean ‘Faith(fulness)’ in Paul?” Tyndale Bulletin 66.2 (2015): 251-70.
- Judgment According to Work in Romans: The Meaning and Function of Divine Judgment in Paul’s Most Important Letter. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2013.
- “The Fulfillment of the Law’s Dikaioma: Another Look at Romans 8:1-4.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52/3 (2009): 483-97.
- “Biblical Theology according to the Earliest Christians: How Paul Told the Story of Israel” Evangelical Theological Society (Atlanta, GA), 2015.
- “Biblical Theology according to the Earliest Christians: How Paul Told the Story of Abraham” Evangelical Theological Society (San Diego, CA), 2014.
- “Can Πίστις Mean ‘Faith’ and ‘Faithfulness’ at the Same Time?” Evangelical Theological Society (Baltimore, MD), 2013.
- “The Function of Romans 2:13.” Evangelical Theological Society (Atlanta, GA), 2010.
- “Relative Time and the Greek Participle.” Society of Biblical Literature Poster section (New Orleans, LA), 2009.
- “The Inability of the Law and the Fulfillment of Its Righteous Requirement.” Evangelical Theological Society (Providence, RI), 2008.
Teaching at Cairn since 2013