Joshua James joined the Fuller faculty in 2019 as an adjunct assistant professor of Old Testament for Fuller’s online campus. He holds a PhD in Old Testament studies from Fuller, where he completed his research under the supervision of John Goldingay.
In addition to teaching, Dr. James is a commissioned church starter and an ordained minister in the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
He resides on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with his wife, Kate, and their two sons, Abram and Jude. He enjoys watching copious amounts of Netflix and assistant coaching his kids’ soccer teams.
A revised version of James’s dissertation was published in the Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies series under the title, “The Storied Ethics of the Thanksgiving Psalms.” He has also published an article outlining the “Recent Trends in the Study of the Ethics of the Psalms,” in Currents in Biblical Research (2020).