Adjuncts Bring Their Expertise to This Year’s Modules

Adjuncts Bring Their Expertise to This Year’s Modules

At BJU Seminary, our resident faculty are the backbone of our program. They are well known for their careful biblical scholarship and years of practical ministry experience. But in addition to the teaching of our resident faculty, we are thankful that our new modular program allows us to occasionally bring in a diverse group of adjunct professors to share their expertise on certain subjects. These adjunct professors serve all over the country and the world in a variety of ministry positions and will be a blessing to all students who take module courses both in the fall and in the spring. Check below for a highlight of this year’s adjunct faculty, as well as for a complete list of module courses being offered.

If you haven’t taken a course with BJU Seminary and are interested in taking a module this fall, you may qualify for our limited-time free class offer. Module courses are an excellent way to sharpen your ministry skills while experiencing BJU Seminary first-hand.

adjunct Professors: Fall, 2020

Curtis Solomon, PhD

Dr. Curtis Solomon is the Executive Director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He has years of counseling experience in various contexts and a number of advanced degrees from The Master’s University and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. This fall, Dr. Solomon will be teaching “Biblical Ministry to Trauma Sufferers,” which will explore how to biblically minister to those whose lives have been shattered by things like military or first-responder experiences, personal assault, devastating natural disasters, life-threatening accidents, and diseases. As an Air Force veteran and former employee of the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Dr. Solomon’s military background has inspired and informed his study of trauma counseling.

Mike Stallard, PhD

Dr. Mike Stallard is the International Ministries Director for the Friends of Israel (FOI) Gospel Ministry. Dr. Stallard holds advanced degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and Liberty University. His past ministry experience includes over 30 years as a church planter/pastor and more than 20 years as a professor of theology at Baptist Bible Seminary. This fall, Dr. Stallard will be teaching “Advanced Theological Method,” a course that examines the relationships among hermeneutics, exegesis, biblical theology, historical theology, systematic theology and practical theology.


Tim Little, PhD

Dr. Tim Little is a full-time Assistant Professor at Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary in Ankeny, Iowa. He holds advanced degrees from Faith Baptist Theological Seminary, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, and Bible Baptist Seminary. For over 15 years, Dr. Little has taught a variety of Old Testament classes, specializing in Hebrew grammar and exegesis. Dr Little will be teaching “Seminar in Problems of Old Testament Interpretation,” an analysis of selected difficult passages and topics in the Old Testament.

David Huffstutler, PhD

Dr. David Huffstutler is the lead pastor of First Baptist Church in Rockford, Illinois. He holds advanced degrees from Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. In addition to his years of pastoral and teaching experience, he also serves as a chaplain for the¬†Rockford Police Department. Dr. Huffstutler will be teaching “Theology and Development of Leadership,” an in-depth study of the personal life, personality, philosophy, and doctrine of the biblical leader.


Michael Barrett, PhD

Dr. Michael Barrett is the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Academic Dean and Professor of Old Testament at the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He earned a PhD in Old Testament Text from Bob Jones University, where he went on to serve as a professor of Ancient Languages and Old Testament Theology and Interpretation for nearly thirty years; he has also served as the president of Geneva Reformed Seminary and as an associate minister of Faith Free Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina. Dr. Barrett will be teaching “Septuagint,” which will explore the diverse translation methodologies of the Greek Old Testament and compare the Hebrew text with New Testament quotations.

Mark Minnick, PhD

Dr. Mark Minnick is the senior pastor at Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Greenville, South Carolina, where he has faithfully served for over 30 years. He holds a PhD in New Testament Interpretation from Bob Jones University, where he has continued to teach either full-time or part-time for the last thirty-nine years. Dr. Minnick regularly visits and serves in foreign mission fields; in addition to pastoral training abroad, he leads church history tour groups to Israel, England and Scotland. This spring, Dr. Minnick will be teaching “History of Preaching,” with a focus on the personal lives of effective expository preachers of the past and the way in which they engage the culture in which they lived with the regenerating power of the gospel.

Fall Module Schedule: October 12-16

Catalog NumberTitleFacultyLivestream
SOT 620Survey of the Old TestamentDr. Timothy HughesYes
SCM 777Biblical Strategy of MissionsDr. Kevin OberlinYes
STh 850Advanced Theological MethodDr. Mike StallardYes
SOT 935Seminar in Problems of OT InterpretationDr. Tim LittleNo
SPM 861Theology and Development of LeadershipDr. David HuffstutlerYes
SPM 857Biblical Ministry to Trauma SufferersDr. Curtis SolomonYes

Spring module schedule: March 8-12

Catalog NumberTitleFacultyLivestream
SCM 633Counseling IssuesDr. Steve CruiceYes
SCM 601Church Leadership and AdministrationDr. Jason OrmistonYes
SNT 611Exposition of the Synoptic GospelsTBANo
SOT 809SeptuagintDr. Michael BarrettNo
SPM 869The History of PreachingDr. Mark MinnickYes