Southern Evangelical Seminary & Bible College

The VERITAS Graduate School of Apologetics


Resident Faculty

Richard Land, D. Phil.

President (A.B., 1969; Th.M., 1972; D.Phil., 1980; Honorary D.D., 2009) Dissertation: The Doctrinal Controversies of English Particular Baptists (1644-1691) As Illustrated by the Career and Writings of Thomas Collier

Floyd S. Elmore

Academic Dean, Professor of Biblical Theology (B.A., 1977; Th.M., 1981; Th.D., 1990)

Barry Leventhal

Distinguished Senior Professor of Church Ministry and Missions, Director of Graduate School of Ministry and Missions (B.S., 1966; Th.M, 1992; Ph.D., 1982) Dissertation: Theological Perspectives on the Holocaust

Brian Huffling

Director of Undergraduate Program, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Theology (B.A., 2004; M.A., 2009; Ph.D., 2013) Dissertation: Omniscience and Impassability: An Examination of Richard E Creel's Philosophical Theology

Doug Potter

Director of D.Min. Program, Assistant Professor (B.S., 1991, M.A., 1992; M.A., 1998; D.Min., 2005)

Thomas Howe

Director of Veritas Graduate School of Apologetics, Professor of Bible and Biblical Languages (B.D., 1985; B.A., 1985; M.A., 1992; Ph.D., 1998)

J.T. Bridges

Director of Ph.D. Program and Professor of Philosophy. (B.S., 2000; M.Div., 2002; M.A., 2005; Ph.D., 2012) Dissertation: An Analysis of the Neo-Darwinism/Intelligent Design Debate Based on an Eclectic Philosophy of Science Grounded in Thomistic Realism

Adjunct Faculty

Christina Woodside

Instructor of Writing and Research Seminar (B.A., 1966, M.A., 2005)

Daniel Janosik

Associate Professor of Apologetics and Historical Theology, Director of Islamic Studies, (A.B., 1977; M.Div., 1988; M.A., 2004; Ph.D, 2011) Dissertation: John of Damascus, First Apologist to the Muslims

Kevin Staley

Associate Professor of Theology (B.A., 1998; M.A., 2005; Ph.D., 2011) Dissertation: Imago Dei in Machina?: A Theological Reflection on the Ethics of Man and Machine in Communion

Melton B. Winstead

Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies (B.A., 2001; M.Div., 2005; Ph.D., 2011) Dissertation: The Significance of Verbal Aspect on the Participles in Hebrews With Special Reference to 6:1-12

Richard G. Howe

Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Apologetics (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.) Dissertation: A Defense of Thomas Aquinas' Second Way

Timothy Brown

Adjunct Professor of Missions and Evangelism (B.Sc., 2003; M.Div., 2007; Th.M., 2008; Ph.D., 2013) Dissertation: The Signification of Being in Question II of Thomas de Vio Cajetan's In De Ente et Essentia d. Thomas Aquinatis