Professor of New Testament; Director of Black Church Studies Program
William H. Myers, Ph.D. is a professor of New Testament at the Ashland University Theological Seminary, as well as the director of the black church studies program. After receiving his B.B.A., Myers received his M.B.A. from Cleveland State University, his M.A., D.Min., and M.Div., from the Ashland University Theological Seminary, and his Ph.D., from the University of Pittsburgh. Myer's denomination is Baptist. His research interest include New Testament studies on Paul and the Synoptics, Hermeneutical studies, and Afrocentric, Womanist, Post-Colonial, and Cultural Black Church studies.