Dr. Micah Meek
Associate Dean for Online, Nontraditional and Graduate Education
Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics
Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence
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Dr. Micah S. Meek serves as the Director of MA Programs, Associate Dean of Online Learning, and Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at OBU. Meek is a 2002 graduate of OBU and returned to the university in 2019. Prior to arriving back on Bison Hill, Meek served as the Director of the Doctor of Ministry program at South University-Montgomery and has taught courses in ethics, apologetics, biblical studies, and theology for DBU, SWBTS, MBTS, and Liberty.
Meek’s primary research interests are in moral development and the conscience. He also has a love for the local church, having served as an Executive Pastor at a NAMB-sponsored church plant and as a Pastor, Associate Pastor, and Youth Minister in various churches. Currently, Meek does pulpit supply and interim pastorates throughout Oklahoma.Meek’s wife, Amber, is the Administrative Assistant for Hobbs School of Theology and Ministry at OBU. They have two boys, Micaiah and Matthias. The Meek family are members of Immanuel Baptist Church, Shawnee.
- B.A. (Hon.) in Religions-Bible Emphasis, Oklahoma Baptist University (2002)
- M.Div., Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2005)
- M.A.-Biblical Languages (Hon.), Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2007)
- Ph.D. in Theology (Major: Christian Ethics; Minor: Pastoral Studies), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2012)
- Biblical Studies
- Ministry Leadership
- Ephesians, Lexham Context Commentary: New Testament. Lexham Press, 2020.
- Colossians, Lexham Context Commentary: New Testament. Lexham Press, 2020.
- “Three Facets of Intersectionality” in Didaktikos (September 2019).
- "The Development of the Concept of the Conscience from Luther to Anglican Puritanism" in Puritan Reformed Journal (July 2018)
- "The Role of the Holy Spirit in Relation to the Conscience," Evangelical Theological Society, National Meeting, (2018).
- “The Development of the Concept of the Conscience from Luther to Anglican Puritanism,” Evangelical Theological Society, National Meeting, (2017).
- “The Puritan Pastor and Moral Formation from 1559-1662,” Evangelical Theological Society, National Meeting, (2012).
- “The Puritan Understanding of the Conscience from 1559-1662,” Evangelical Theological Society, National Meeting, (2012).
- “Penance in the Primitive Church,” Evangelical Theological Society, Southwestern Regional Meeting, (2011).