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 New Chosen People: A Corporate View of Election
Revised and Expanded
Dr. William W. Klein
Revelation: A Handbook on the Greek Text
Dr. David L. Mathewson
Effective Generational Ministry: Biblical and Practical Insights For Transforming Church Communities
Dr. Elisabeth A. Nesbit Sbanotto and Dr. Craig L. Blomberg
Surviving the Unthinkable: Choosing to Live After Someone You Love Chooses to Die
Dr. Don J. Payne
Reading Scripture Deeply: Millennials Take a Fresh Look at the Bible
Dr. Richard S. Hess
Reggie Moore is an assistant professor of counseling and has been with Denver Seminary since 2007. He holds a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Moore is also an assistant director of a non-profit, Hope Communities, which works to provide affordable housing and serves as a therapist and and trainer at the National Institute for Change.
Brad Widstrom joined the faculty in 1999 and is an associate professor of youth and family ministry. He earned an EdD at Rutgers University and an MRE Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Dr. Widstrom is also ordained in the Evangelical Free Church of America, has served on several church staffs, and has also taught in the public school system.
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.