Gary G. Cohen

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Dr. Gary G. Cohen is President Emeritus of Cohen Theological Seminary, in Torrance, California, and in Seoul, South Korea. After graduating from Temple University, in Philadelphia, with a B.S.Ed., he taught high school biology and chemistry, at Philadelphia's Germantown High School, and physics, at Shelton College, in Ringwood, NJ. Cohn, then, graduated from Faith Theological Seminary, with an MDiv and a STM and received his Th.D. from Grace Theological Seminary, in Winona Lake, Indiana. In 1989, an Litt.D. was conferred upon him for his writings, including, "Hosea-Amos," "Understanding Revelation," "The Horsemen Are Coming" and "Weep Not for Me." Articles by him appear in, Zion's Fire, and in other periodicals. Cohen was one of the translators of the New King James Bible, and he did editorial work on the Red Letter King James Bible and contributed articles for the Christian Life Bible and the Kirban Prophecy Bible. His articles on Hebrew and Greek words appear in the "Old Testament Theological Word Book" and in "The Complete Bible Library." Cohen is a retired Army Reserve chaplain (COL) and is a graduate of the United States Air Force Air War College. He also served as pastor of two churches,as president of Graham Bible College and of Clearwater Christian College, and professor at Miami Christian College. In 1994, with the help of his family, he built the prototype for the model of the old City of Jerusalem, now housed in Orlando, FL, at the Holyland Experience.

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