H. Leroy Metts

Senior Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Greek & New Testament
Dr. Leroy Metts, Distinguished Senior Professor of Greek and New Testament
H. Leroy Metts 214.818.1335
  • 1977 Ph.D., New Testament, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Thesis Topic: “New Testament Greek Sentence Structure: A Traditional, Descriptive-Structural, and Transformational-Generative Study.”
  • 1967 M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • 1964 B.A., University of South Carolina
  • 1962 A.A., North Greenville Junior College
  • Additional Studies: Ph.D. work in Linguistics, University of Texas at Arlington Summer Institute of Linguistics, Dallas, TX
  •  “Regeneration and Justification,” in We Believe: Sermons on Baptist Doctrine, The Criswell Center for Biblical Studies Pisteuomen Series, vol. 1, pp. 59-66. Edited by Paige Patterson and Luis Pantoja. (Dallas: Criswell Publications, 1977).
  • “Death, Discipleship, & Discourse Strategies”: 2 Corinthians 5:1-10 Once Again” Criswell Theological Review 4 (1989): 57-76.
  • “The Kingdom of God: Background and Development of a Complex Discourse Concept.” CTR, Vol. 2, no. 1 (2004):51-82.
  • “Matthew” and “Isaiah” in The Believer’s Study Bible.
  • Greek I, II
  • New Testament Introduction
  • New Testament Introduction II
  • New Testament Survey I, II
  • Greek Exegetical Syntax I, II
  • Greek Exegetical Syntax II (Prison Epistles)
  • New Testament Theology
  • Topics in New Testament Studies: New Testament Theology
  • New Testament Intensive: Jesus
  • Messiah: Message & Mission
  • New Testament Intensive: Matthew
  • Greek Exegesis: Matthew
  • New Testament Intensive: Ephesians
  • New Testament Intensive: Romans
  • Greek Exegesis: Prison Epistles
  • New Testament Intensive: 1, 2 Peter & 1, 2, 3 John
  • New Testament Intensive: Gospel of Mark
  • Greek Exegesis: Mark: The Roaring Lion
  • New Testament Intensive: Prison Epistles (Col & Eph)
  • New Testament Exegesis: Romans
  • Evangelical Theological Society
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