Robert L. Saucy
Robert Lloyd Saucy (born May 1, 1930) is an American biblical scholar and professor of systematic theology.
Saucy was born in Salem, Oregon, and educated at George Fox College (1949–51) and Westmont College (1951–53), earning his A.B. in history. He went on to earn both his Th.M. (1958) and Th.D. (1961) in systematic theology at Dallas Theological Seminary. While completing his graduate studies at Dallas, Saucy served as part-time instructor at the Southern Bible Training Institute, and as part-time pastor at Milligan Bible Church. He was ordained as a minister in the North American Baptist General Conference.
In 1961, Saucy joined the faculty of Talbot School of Theology, where he was appointed distinguished professor of systematic theology in 1989. He is a long-time member of the Evangelical Theological Society, and served as its president in 1972. Saucy was one of only three scholars who worked on both the original 1971 translation of the New American Standard Bible as well as the 1995 update. He was also a faculty member at Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology from 1970 to 1977.
- The Church in God's Program (1972) ISBN 0-8024-1544-X
- The Bible: Breathed from God (1978) ISBN 0-88207-778-3
- The Case for Progressive Dispensationalism (1993) ISBN 0-310-30441-5
- The Common Made Holy, with Neil Anderson (1997), revised edition, God’s Power at Work in You (2001) ISBN 1-85424-566-X
- Are Miraculous Gifts for Today?: Four Views, with Wayne Grudem, Doug Oss, and Sam Storms, "An Open but Cautious View" (1996) ISBN 0-310-20155-1
- Men and Women in Ministry: A Complementary Perspective, co-editor and writer of several chapters (2001)
- Scripture: Its Authority, Power and Relevance (2001) ISBN 0-8499-1367-5
- "Talbot School of Theology: Faculty Profiles - Robert L. Saucy - CV Document". Retrieved 2009-10-29.
- "New American Standard Bible - Translators of the NASB". Retrieved 2009-10-23.