4.3 Texas Faculty

4.3 Texas Faculty


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McCartneyDan Gale McCartney

Adjunct Professor of New Testament
B.F.A., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1971; M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 1974; Th.M., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1977; Ph.D., 1989; Instructor of Bible and Theology, Manna Bible Institute, 1978–1981; Redeemer Theological Seminary, 2009– ; Westminster, 1983– .
Author:
Let the Reader Understand: A Guide to Interpreting and Applying the Bible; Why Does it Have to Hurt?: The Meaning of Christian Suffering; James (BECNT); James. (Baker Exegetical Commentary).
Contributor:
New Geneva Study Bible; Reformation Study Bible; Inerrancy and Hermeneutic: A Tradition, A Challenge, A Debate; Technology and the Seminary; Theonomy: A Reformed Critique; Dictionary of Biblical Imagery; Dictionary of the New Testament, Vol. III; Everyday Study Bible; International Dictionary of Biblical Imagery; Bible Interpreters of the Twentieth Century: A Selection of Evangelical Voices; Practical Calvinism: An Introduction to the Presbyterian and Reformed Heritage; The Atonement: A Festschrift for R. Nicole; ; J. Gresham Machen’s New Testament Greek for Beginners (reviser); Translator for the ESV Apocrypha (Oxford) and the Common English Bible Apocrypha (Abingdon).
Representative Articles: “Logikos in 1 Peter 2:2,” Zeitschrift fur Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft, Spring 1991; “Ecce Homo: The Coming of the Kingdom as the Restoration of Human Vicegerency,” Westminster Theological Journal, Spring 1994; “No Grace Without Weakness,” Westminster Theological Journal, Spring 1999.

 

Douglas M. Groppgropp

Adjunct Professor of Old Testament
B.A., Duke University, 1975; M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1979; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1986; Instructor in Biblical Studies, Calvin College, 1980; Teaching Fellow in Ugaritic and Old Testament, Harvard University, 1982–1983; Research Epigraphist, Harvard Semitic Museum, 1986–1987; Visiting Professor in Biblical Studies, Rhodes College, 1987; Assistant Professor, The Catholic University of America, 1987–1993; Associate Professor of Semitics, 1993–2007; Redeemer Theological Seminary, 2009– ; Westminster, 2007– .
Author:
The Aramaic of Targums Onkelos and Jonathan: An Introduction.
Contributor:
Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon Project; The Anchor Bible Dictionary; Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology; Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls; Sophir Mahir: Northwest Semitic Studies Presented to Stanislav Sergert; The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years After Their Discovery; Puzzling out the Past: Making Sense of Ancient; Semitic Papyrology in Context: A Climate of Creativity.
Representative Article:
“The Function of the Finite Verb in Classical Biblical Hebrew,” Hebrew Annual Review 13, 1991.

 

ASmithAdrian Trygve Smith

Adjunct Professor of New Testament
B.S., London University, 1982; Dip.Th., Free Church of Scotland College, 1992; Th.M., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1997; Ph.D., 2006; Visiting lecturer in biblical languages, Reformed Theological Seminary, 2000; Teaching fellow, Westminster, 1998–2002; Instructor in New Testament, Erskine Theological Seminary, 2003–2006; Redeemer Theological Seminary, 2009– ; Westminster, 2006– .
Contributor:
“The Fifth Gospel” in Eyes to See, Ears to Hear.