Everett Berry

Professor of Theology and Editor of Criswell Theological Review
Dr. Everett Berry, Professor of Theology and Editor of Criswell Theological Review
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  • 2003 Ph.D. (Systematic Theology), The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • 1998 M.Div. (Theology), Criswell College
  • 1993 B.S. (Biblical and Pastoral Studies), Arlington Baptist College
  • They Spoke of Me: How Jesus Unlocks the Old Testament (Rainer Publishing, 2018). (with Brandon Smith)
  • “The Second Coming,” and “The Virgin Birth,” in the Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary, eds. Chad Brand, Charles Draper, Archie England, et al. Revised and Expanded. Nashville: Holman Bible Reference, 2003.
  • “Highlighting the Link between the Millennium and Replacement Thought: Augustinian Nonchiliasm as a Test Case.” Criswell Theological Review 3.1 (Fall 2005): 71-91.
  • “Theological vs. Methodological Postconservatism: Stanley Grenz and Kevin Vanhoozer as Test Cases.” Westminster Theological Journal 69.1 (Spring 2007): 105-26.
  • “How Did the Post-Apostolic Church Respond to the Government?  Gleaning Public Do’s and Don’ts from the 2nd Century Apologists.” Criswell Theological Journal 5.1 (Fall 2007): 53-67.
  • “Complementarianism & Eschatology: Engaging Gordon Fee’s Egalitarianism.” Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood 13.2 (Fall 2008): 59-68.
  • “Speech-Act Theory as a Corollary for Describing the Dynamics of Biblical Revelation: Some Recommendations and Reservations.” Criswell Theological Journal 7.1 (Fall 2009): 81-100.
  • “Re-Examining Evangelical Options for Interpreting the Lukan Version of the Olivet Discourse: How Does the Day of Jerusalem’s Destruction Relate to the Coming of the Son of Man?” The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 16.3 (Fall 2012): 62-74.

Undergraduate Courses

  • Hermeneutics
  • Church History
  • Systematic Theology 1&2

Graduate Courses

  • Hermeneutics
  • Church History
  • Systematic Theology 1&2
  • Advanced Theology Intensives – Theology of Augustine; Providence; Eschatology
  • Patristic and Medieval Theology
  • Reformation Theology
  • Modern and Postmodern Theology
  • Prolegomena and Theological Method
  • Introduction to the Old Testament
  • Introduction to the Gospels
  • Evangelical Theological Society
  • Society of Biblical Literature
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