Kevin R. Warstler

Associate Professor of Hebrew & Old Testament; Program Director of B.A. in Biblical Studies
Dr. Kevin Warstler, Associate Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, and Program Director of A.A. and B.A. in Biblical Studies
Kevin R. Warstler 214.818.1331
  • 2004 Ph.D. (Old Testament Studies), Dallas Theological Seminary; Dissertation: The Significance of Human Response in the Lament and Complaint Psalms.
  • 1995 Th.M. (New Testament), Dallas Theological Seminary; Thesis: The Law of Love in Matthew 5:43-48.
  • 1989 B.A. (Pre-seminary Bible and Chemistry), Cedarville College, Cedarville, OH
  • Study Notes for Psalms 1-75, the Holman CSB Study Bible, Holman Bible Publishers, 2010.
  • Editorial Committee, Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB), Holman Bible Publishers, 2000-2004.
  • Commentary on Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah, Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series (completion and publication forthcoming)
  • Hebrew I
  • Hebrew II
  • Hebrew Exegetical Method I
  • Hebrew Exegetical Method II
  • Hebrew Reading
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Old Testament Introduction
  • Old Testament Intensives on 1-2 Samuel, Deuteronomy, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Ezekiel, Ecclesiastes, Jeremiah
  • Minor Prophets
  • Old Testament Theology
  • Topics in Old Testament Studies: Exploring God’s Justice in the Minor Prophets
  • Topics in Old Testament Studies: Theodicy in the Old Testament
  • Old Testament Backgrounds
  • Biblical Aramaic
  • Introduction to the Septuagint
  • Greek I
  • Greek II
  • Greek Exegetical Syntax
  • Greek Reading
  • New Testament Introduction
  • Topics in New Testament Studies: Use of the OT in the NT
  • Evangelical Theological Society
  • Institute for Biblical Research
  • Society of Biblical Literature
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