Professor

H. Phillip Hook, ThD (1932-2011)


Education

  • Dallas Theological Seminary, ThM and ThD
  • Westmont College, AB
  • Adrian College and the University of Buffalo, summer research studies

Teaching Career

  • Professor of Systematic Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary (1969-1975)
  • Dean of Students, Wheaton College (1967-1969)
  • Professor and then Chairman of the Bible and Philosophy Department, Wheaton College (1965-1967)
  • Named Wheaton College’s Junior Teacher of the Year his first year on the faculty
  • Dean of Men, Philadelphia Bible College (1959-1962)

Other Career Highlights

  • Ordained Baptist minister
  • Involvement in various church and parachurch ministries across the globe
  • Chief of Staff and Bible teacher at the Sacandaga Bible Camp in Broadalbin, NY
  • Lecturer for the Scripture Press Leadership Training Institute
  • Chairman of the National Association of Evangelical’s Commission on Theology
  • Selected as a delegate to the World Congress on Evangelism held in Berlin, Germany (1966)
  • Instructor at Campus Crusade California headquarters for the Institute of Biblical Studies
  • Along with Norman Geisler, was instrumental in helping to solidify Campus Crusade’s work in communist Poland during the Cold War

Publications

  • Several articles for Bibliotheca Sacra and extensive work on The Doctrine of the Offer of the Kingdom in Acts and The Doctrine of the Kingdom in Covenant Premillennialism, the titles for his doctoral thesis and dissertation
  • Books include Who Art in Heavenand Why Not? The Christian Answer to Situation Ethics
  • Coauthored “Is Inerrancy the Keystone to Evangelical Theology?” in United Evangelical Action with the Old Testament scholar Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.

Courses