Assistant Professor of Biblical Interpretation; Master of Divinity Program Coordinator

B.G.S., Louisiana Tech; M.Div., Th.M., Ph.D., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

Casey holds a B.G.S. in Computer Applications from Louisiana Tech University, an M.Div. in Biblical Languages, a Th.M. in Biblical Interpretation from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS), and a Ph.D. in Biblical Interpretation from NOBTS with minors in theology and in ethics. He wrote his dissertation on the relationship between Zechariah 8 and the book of Ephesians under the supervision of Dr. Charles Ray and Dr. Norris Grubbs. Casey and his wife, Hannah, have three sons and two daughters.

In addition to his formal education, Casey actively writes for various evangelical outlets, serving as an Associate Research Fellow for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He is a fellow in the St. Peter Fellowship of the Center for Pastor Theologians, a 2023 fellow in the Public Life Fellowship of the Center for Christianity and Public Life, and a fellow in public theology for the Land Center for Cultural Engagement. In terms of everyday ministry, Casey serve as the Director of Partnerships and Curriculum with World Hope Ministries International (WHMI).

Casey’s research interests include biblical hermeneutics, methods of interpretation, biblical and contemporary Christian ethics, post-exilic prophetic theology and ethics, and Pauline theology and ethics. If you plan on booking Casey for a speaking engagement at your church or event, please email him a