The College building will be closed on Friday, May 17 and Monday, May 20.

Adjunct Faculty

Dr. Daniel Cooper

Daniel has been teaching courses at Acadia Divinity College since 2024 and has also taught a smattering of courses at Crandall University, Prairie College, McMaster Divinity College, and Kingswood University. His main areas of interest are in Old Testament poetic, prophetic, and apocalyptic literature; historiography; and the Hebrew language. In his time at Acadia, Dr Cooper has taught Hebrew II, Intermediate Hebrew, and Joshua-Judges and at other institutions he has taught 1 Samuel, OT Prophets, Intertestamental Literature and History, and various biblical surveys.

Daniel is a Torontonian transplant to New Brunswick with just over half of his life spent on the East Coast. He completed his B.A. in Biblical Studies at Crandall University in 2010, followed by an M.A. in Christian Leadership and Academic M.Div. through Liberty University, with a subsequent return to southern Ontario where he completed his Ph.D. in Christian Theology (Old Testament) at McMaster Divinity College. His Doctoral Dissertation, Where is the Place of Darkness?: A Metaphor Analysis of Darkness in the Old Testament combines his love of dark imagery, Old Testament poetry, and anthropology.

Between Moncton, Virginia, and Hamilton, Daniel has long been involved in teaching, youth, and music ministries in his home churches as well as other church and para-church ministries. These days he lives in Moncton, New Brunswick with his three kids. In his sparse moments of free time between parenting, work, and church, Daniel is likely to be found playing tabletop role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder or enjoying a cozy crafting/farming sim while the kids are asleep.

BA (Crandall University)
MA (Liberty University)
MDiv (Liberty University)
PhD (McMaster Divinity College)