Professor

Harold W. Hoehner, PhD, ThD (1935-2009)


Education

  • Cambridge University, PhD
  • Dallas Theological Seminary, ThM and ThD
  • Barrington College, BA

Teaching Career

  • Director of PhD Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary (27 years)
  • Chairman of the New Testament Department, Dallas Theological Seminary (1977-2001)
  • Shaped the New Testament department at Dallas Theological Seminary and created an exhaustive yet very accessible model of New Testament Greek exegesis still widely used
  • Extensive travel and teaching/ministry in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Indonesia, Russia, South Africa, Ukraine, and the Near East
  • Sabbaticals working at the University of Tübingen and Tyndale House in Cambridge

Other Career Highlights

  • Highly esteemed for his work on biblical chronology, focusing on the time aspects around the life of Christ, the rule of Herod Antipas (the topic for his Cambridge dissertation), and the period between the Testaments
  • Member of the Evangelical Theological Society
  • Passion for the Jewish faith; served on the board of Jews for Jesus

Publications

  • Publications include Herod Antipas, Chronological Aspects of the Life of Christ,and Ephesians: an Exegetical Commentary, which is considered to be his magnum opus

Courses