Dr. Richard M. Cozart | College of Biblical Studies

Dr. Richard M. Cozart

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Professor Richard M. Cozart

  • B.A., Claremont McKenna College (Religious Studies)

  • Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary (Bible Exposition)

  • M.Th., University of Wales (Biblical and Theological Studies)

  • M.A., Liberty University (Professional Counseling)

  • Ph.D., University of Wales (Biblical and Theological Studies)

  • Ph.D., Liberty University (Counselor Education)


Dr. Cozart is a member of several professional counseling associations, including certification with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors and the Biblical Framework Counselors Association. In biblical and theological studies, his focus of research is the use of the Old Testament in the book of Ephesians. In counseling, his interests lie in addressing Christian anxiety and depression. He is a Ph.D. joint supervisor with Union Seminary in the United Kingdom, an instructor at The Bible Seminary in Katy, Texas, and a teacher at The Saint Constantine School, a classical institution in Houston, Texas. Over the years Dr. Cozart has served in several church staff capacities, and is presently a teacher at a home church in Houston. He is also the Director of Counselor Education at A Future and a Hope Counseling Center associated with Windwood Presbyterian Church in Houston, where he is also a staff counselor. Professor Cozart and his wife, Janet, have been married 38 years and have four grown children. He has been at CBS since 2003 and teaches Bible, theology, ministry, and counseling courses.


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), is an academic treatment of Ephesians.