ABOUT ME

My name is Thomas W. Hudgins. I serve full-time as Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Capital Seminary and Graduate School. Currently I am teaching Seminar in Greek Exegesis: Philippians (BIB562). I've also had the privilege to serve as the director of a Bible institute in Central America, as a pastor, as well as the Dr. M.O. Owens Jr. Chair of New Testament Studies intern at SEBTS and personal research assistant to David Alan Black.

I earned an Ed.D. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, studying under David Alan Black. The title of my dissertation was "Luke 6:40 and the Theme of Likeness Education in the New Testament," (2013), which is now published by Wipf and Stock and can be found here. In 2016 I completed a Ph.D. in Greek Philology at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain. Antonio Piñero served as my major advisor. The title of my dissertation was "The Greek New Testament of the Complutensian Polyglot: Vatican Manuscripts and the Gospel of Matthew."