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Dr. Richard M. Cozart

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Professor

  • B.A., Claremont McKenna College
  • Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary (Bible Exposition)
  • M.Th., University of Wales (Biblical and Theological Studies)
  • Ph.D., University of Wales (Biblical and Theological Studies)
  • Ph.D. Studies, Liberty University (Professional Counseling)

Bio

Richard M. Cozart was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in southern California. He graduated from Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California with a Bachelors degree. He attended Talbot Seminary then transferred to Dallas Seminary where he graduated with a Masters of Theology degree in Bible Exposition. Professor Cozart also received a Masters degree in Theology from the University of Wales in the United Kingdom. He completed his Ph.D. in Biblical and Theological Studies at the University of Wales and is now in the Ph.D. program in Counseling at Liberty University. His focus of study is the use of the Old Testament in the book of Ephesians, and Scriptural culpability and avolitional aspects of the brain. He is a Ph.D. Supervisor with Wales Evangelical School of Theology in the United Kingdom. Professor Cozart and his wife Janet have four children. He has been at CBS since 2005 and primarily teaches Biblical Counseling. Dr. Cozart's book, This Present Triumph, was published by Wipf & Stock in 2013.

Publications

Richard Cozart, This Present Triumph: An Investigation into the Significance of the Promise of a New Exodus of Israel in the Letter to the Ephesians (Wipf and Stock, 2013). 

"The Nature of the Atonement: How Should One View the Cross? Part 2" The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)

"The Nature of the Atonement: How Should One View the Cross? Part 3" The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)

"Substitution" The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)

"Psalm 22" Dictionary of Premillennial Theology, ed. Mal Couch, pp. 324-25.

"Psalm 89" Dictionary of Premillennial Theology, ed. Mal Couch pp. 325-26.