Gregory Beale

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Gregory K. Beale
Born 1949 (age 66–67)
Dallas, Texas
Residence Pennsylvania
Nationality American
Occupation Theologian, professor
Years active 1976-
Title Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary
Religion Christian (Evangelical, Reformed, Orthodox Presbyterian)
Academic background
Education Southern Methodist University, Dallas Theological Seminary
Alma mater Cambridge University
Thesis title The Use of Daniel in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature and in the Revelation of St. John
Thesis year 1980
Academic work
Era Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries
Institutions Grove City College
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Wheaton College
Westminster Theological Seminary
Main interests Old Testament in the New, Biblical hermeneutics
Notable works The Book of Revelation: A Commentary on the Greek Text, A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New

Gregory K. Beale (born 1949 in Dallas, Texas) (also known as G. K. Beale) is a biblical scholar, currently a Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary.[1] He is an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.[citation needed] He has made a number of contributions to conservative Biblical hermeneutics, particularly in the area of the use of the Old Testament in the New Testament. He served as the president of the Evangelical Theological Society in 2004. In 2013, he was elected by Westminster Theological Seminary to be the first occupant of the J. Gresham Machen Chair of New Testament.[2] At his inauguration he delivered an address titled The Cognitive Peripheral Vision of Biblical Writers.[3]

Positions Held[edit]

Works[edit]

Thesis[edit]

  • Beale, Gregory K. (1980). The Use of Daniel in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature and in the Revelation of St. John (Ph.D.). Cambridge: Cambridge University. 

Books[edit]

Articles and chapters[edit]

  • ——— (1980). "The Danielic Background for Revelation 13-18 and 17:9". Tyndale Bulletin. 31: 163–170. 
  • ——— (Dec 1984). "The influence of Daniel upon the structure and theology of John's Apocalypse". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. 27 (4): 413–423. 
  • ——— (1994). "Review Article: J. W. Mealy - After the Thousand Years". Evangelical Quarterly. 66 (3): 229–249. 
  • ——— (March 2005). "Eden, the Temple, and the Church's Mission in the New Creation". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. 48 (1): 5–31. 
  • ——— (2006). "Myth, History, and Inspiration: A Review Article of Inspiration and Incarnation by Peter Enns". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. 49: 287–312. 
  • ——— (Spring 2007). "A Surrejoinder to Peter Enns's Response to G. K. Beale's JETS Review Article of His Book, Inspiration and Incarnation". Southern Baptist Journal of Theology. 11 (1): 16–37. 
  • ——— (2006). "Did Jesus and the Apostles Preach the Right Doctrine from the Wrong Texts? Revisiting the Debate Seventeen Years Later in the Light of Peter Enns's Book, Inspiration and Incarnation". Themelios. 32 (1): 18–43. 
  • ——— (2006). "A Surrejoinder to Peter Enns". Themelios. 32 (3). 


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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Gregory K. Beale, retrieved 2014-01-23 
  2. ^ "Machen Chair Inauguration". Retrieved 2014-01-23. 
  3. ^ "Recap of Beale Inauguration". Retrieved 2014-01-23.