Dr. Eric C. Moore is an affiliate instructor at Emory College, in addition to being a postdoctoral fellow at Candler. Moore previously served as a Pitts Theology Library curatorial fellow. He helped curate the exhibitions "Thy Kingdom Come: American Evangelicalism from George Whitefield to Contemporary Politics," which explored the varied expressions of this religious movement, and "A Book More Precious Than Gold: Reading the Printed Book Alongside Its Previous Owners and Readers," which presented rare books together with marks left by past readers.

Moore has taught at the Interdenominational Theological Center, Roberts Wesleyan College, and Georgia Central University.

Moore's research focuses on interpretation of the New Testament, particularly in light of ancient Mediterranean community and ritual practices. His first monograph, Claiming Places: Reading Acts of the Apostles through the Lens of Ancient Colonization (Mohr Siebeck, 2020), examines how cultural beliefs about community foundation shape the story of beginnings which unfolds in Acts.

Moore is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the Society for Ancient Mediterranean Religions, and the Archaeological Institute of America.