Timothy Reardon is an Affiliate Assistant Professor of New Testament, teaching classes in New Testament Exegesis, Biblical Interpretation, and New Testament Greek. He holds a PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary, an MDiv from Asbury Theological Seminary, and a ThM from Princeton Theological Seminary. Dr. Reardon’s PhD dissertation focused on politics and soteriology in Luke-Acts. Timothy is also the Pastor of Leadership and Preaching at Pasadena Mennonite Church, and lives in Pasadena with his wife, Mariann, and two daughters, Junia and Noa Dove.
Recent publications include “Cleansing through Almsgiving in Luke-Acts: Purity, Cornelius, and the Translation of Acts 15:9” in Catholic Biblical Quarterly 78 (2016): 463–82 and “‘Hanging on a Tree’: Deuteronomy 21.22–23 and the Rhetoric of Jesus’ Crucifixion in Acts 5.12–42” in Journal for the Study of the New Testament 37 (2015): 407–31.