Barreto, Eric D. and Michael J. Chan. 2016. Exploring the Bible. Minneapolis, MN : Augsburg Fortress.
Eric D. Barreto is the Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary.
As a Baptist minister, he has pursued scholarship for the sake of the church, and he regularly writes for and teaches in faith communities around the country. He has also been a leader in the Hispanic Theological Initiative Consortium, a national, ecumenical, and inter-constitutional consortium comprised of some of the top seminaries, theological schools, and religion departments in the country.
An alumnus of Princeton Seminary (M.Div. ’04), he holds a Ph.D. in New Testament from Emory University and a B.A. in religion, magna cum laude, from Oklahoma Baptist University. He has served on the faculty of Luther Seminary and as an adjunct professor at Candler School of Theology and McAfee School of Theology.
Barreto is the author of Ethnic Negotiations: The Function of Race and Ethnicity in Acts 16, coauthor of New Proclamation, Year C 2013: Easter through Christ the King, and the editor of Reading Theologically. He specializes in the theology of race and ethnicity in Luke/Acts.