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.
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The Controlling Husband: What Every Woman Needs to
Dr. Ron Welch
Can We Still Believe the Bible? An Evangelical Engagement with Contemporary Questions
Dr. Craig Blomberg
Erin Heim is the newest member of Denver Seminary's faculty, joining in 2015 after spending a year as a guest professor. She is an Assistant Professor of New Testament. Heim's thesis on Paul's adoption metaphors was named an "exceptional thesis" by the division of humanities at at the University of Otago where she completed doctoral work. Dr. Heim speaks and writes on issues of hermeneutics, adoption, biblical literature, and New Testament backgrounds.
Howard Baker first joined the adjunct faculty in 1996 and has served full time as an instructor of Christian Formation since 2006. He has helped to spearhead the certificate program.In addition to his work at the Seminary, Baker serves with the Spiritual Formation Alliance, Young Life Africa, and is a member of several academic societies.
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.