James B. Jordan is the Director of Biblical Horizons ministries, a theological think tank that publishes books, monographs, essays and taped lectures focused on Bible commentary, Biblical theology and liturgical theology. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in comparative literature. During four years in the United States Air force, Jordan served as a military historian, and then attended Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Miss. He completed his studies with an M.A. and Th.M. at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Since 1990, he has lived in Niceville, Fla. in 1993, the Central School of Religion awarded him a D. Litt. Degree for a dissertation on the dietary laws of Moses. The author of numerous monographs and several books, including, Through New Eyes: Developing a Biblical View of the World, Creation in Six Days, Primeval Saints: Studies in the Patriarchs of Genesis, The Sociology of the Church: Essays in Reconstruction, and Judges: A Practical and Theological Commentary. In 2015, Dr. Jordan moved to Birmingham, Al. to join Peter Leithart in their labors for the Theopolis Institute.