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.
Craig L. Blomberg
A New Testament Theology
Baylor University Press, 2018
Lynn H. Cohick and Amy Brown Hughes
Christian Women in the Patristic World: Their Influence, Authority, and Legacy in the Second through Fifth Centuries
Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2017.
Heather Davediuk Gingrich and Fred Gingrich, eds.
Treating Trauma in Christian Counseling
IVP Academic, 2017
William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, Robert L. Hubbard, Jr.
Introduction to Biblical Interpretation, 3rd ed.
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017
Hélène Dallaire, Jennifer Noonan, and Benjamin Noonan, eds.
“Where Shall Wisdom Be Found?” A Grammatical Tribute to Professor Stephen A. Kaufman
Douglas R. Groothuis
Walking Through Twilight: A Wife's Illness-A Philosopher's Lament
IVP Press, 2017
Dr. Lynn Cohick joined Denver Seminary in 2018 as provost/dean and professor of New Testament. Dr. Cohick taught at Wheaton College since 2000, where she was a professor of New Testament. Before that she taught at Messiah College (Grantham, PA), and the Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (Nairobi, Kenya). Dr. Cohick earned a BA in Bible and Religion from Messiah College, and her PhD in New Testament and Christian Origins from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Cohick has taught and given lectures around the world.
Adam Wilson joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in a full-time capacity in 2017. He graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a BA in Psychology. After marrying his high school sweetheart, Katie, Adam pursued his MA in Counseling from Denver Seminary, graduating in 2005. He began his counseling career working with children and families in a community mental health setting, during which he worked as apart of an intensive services team, seeking to reduce hospitalization of mentally ill children. He was also able to work within school systems to coordinate the education and care of his clients.
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.