Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
Dr. Lunde's main interests lie in the study of Jesus, both as he is presented in the gospels and in the more specialized Historical Jesus field. He also enjoys studying how the writers of the New Testament use the Old Testament. Prior to coming to Talbot, he taught for seven years at Trinity College in Deerfield, Illinois, and also has local church ministry experience. His passion is to present Jesus to his students in such a way that they personally respond to him as their Suffering Servant and as their King.
Following Jesus, the Servant King: A Biblical Theology of Covenantal Discipleship (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2010).
"Paul's Creative and Contextual Use of Isaiah in Ephesians 5:14," JETS 55/1 (2012): 87-110.
"Paul's Creative and Contextual Use of Psalm 68 in Ephesians 4:8," WTJ 74 (2012): 99-117.
"A Summons to Covenantal Discipleship," Knowing & Doing: A Teaching Quarterly for Discipleship of Heart and Mind (Summer 2011).
"An Introduction to Central Questions in the New Testament's Use of the Old Testament," in Three Views of the New Testament, ed. Kenneth Berding and Jonathan Lunde (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008).