Denver Seminary hires faculty who are faithful believers, rigorous in their fields—publishing prolifically and speaking internationally—and who are committed to mentoring students outside of the classroom. These qualities have produced an unparalleled collection of scholars whose personal connection to the student body helps set the Seminary apart. They pour into the lives of the students both in class and over coffee afterwards.
W. David Buschart and Kent D. Eilers.
Theology as Retrieval: Receiving the Past, Renewing the Church.
IVP Academic, 2015.
Dr. Richard S. Hess.
The Old Testament: A Historical, Theological, and Critical Introduction.
Grand Rapids: Baker, 2016.
David L. Mathewson and Elodie Emig.
Intermediate Greek Grammar: Syntax for Students of the New Testament.
Baker Academic, 2016.
Craig L. Blomberg.
The Historical Reliability of the New Testament: Countering the Challenges to Evangelical Christian Beliefs. B&H Academic, 2016. ISBN: 978-0805464375
William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, Robert L. Hubbard, Jr.
Introduction to Biblical Interpretation, 3rd ed.
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017.
Adoption in Galatians and Romans: Contemporary Metaphor Theories and the Pauline Huiothesia Metaphors.
Leiden: Brill, 2017.
Dr. Paula Tipton joined the faculty in 2017 as Assistant Professor of Counseling. She is a licensed professional counselor in Colorado and Illinois, and a member of various counseling associations. She earned her doctorate in Counselor Education & Supervision at Regent University, earned a MA in Christian Thought and an MA in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She has taught at Colorado Christian University and served as adjunct professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Northwestern University, and Nyack.
Timothy Koller joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in 2017 and serves as the Associate Dean of Program Innovation and Extension Education as well as the director of the Leadership program. He earned his BS in Bible and MA in Ministry, with a concentration in leadership, from Lancaster Bible College. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Leadership from Capital Seminary & Graduate School. Tim has spent his time as a youth pastor, small business owner, church planter, theological higher education administrator and professor. He has served on the board of the Reading-Berks Conference of Churches and as an elder of Koinos Community Church.
Denver Seminary has a number of senior faculty. To view their profiles, click the link below.
Many of the faculty regularly contribute to the Denver Journal, an online Evangelical review journal of biblical and theological studies. To view the most recent volume, click below.