University of Waterloo, B.E.S.
Regent College, M.A.
Durham University, Ph.D.

About Dr. White

Ben completed his doctoral degree at Durham University under the supervision of John M.G. Barclay. Prior to this, he worked in pastoral ministry for two years near Toronto, Ontario. He is now a full-time faculty member at The King’s College, in Manhattan’s Financial District, where he teaches undergraduate courses in New Testament, Biblical Studies, and Theology. He works on an occasional basis for RTS NYC, primarily teaching Intro Greek and Greek Exegesis classes. His work has appeared in popular periodicals (print and online), including Christianity TodayMere Orthodoxy, and Relevant Magazine, and he has presented his academic work at conferences in the US, the UK, Canada, and Germany. He is a fellow of the Center for Pastor Theologians and a visiting scholar at Princeton Theological Seminary. He is the author or co-editor of two books: Pain and Paradox in 2 Corinthians: The Transformative Function of Strength in Weakness (Mohr Siebeck, 2021) and, with John Barclay, The New Testament in Comparison: Validity, Method, and Purpose in Comparing Traditions (T&T Clark, 2020).