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Professor of New Testament

In by Daniel Timmer

Website Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary is seeking a full-time Professor of New Testament Studies. In collaboration with the President, Academic Dean, Faculty, and the Director of the Doctoral Program, the person who fills this position will serve in the Ph.D. and Th.M. programs at Puritan Reformed. The position offers a unique opportunity to collaborate in the seminary’s blended-learning doctoral program with residential faculty, partner institutions and visiting professors from across the world, an international student body, and research institutes.

Primary responsibilities: 1) teaching New Testament courses in the Ph.D. and Th.M. programs; 2) mentoring doctoral students in New Testament; 3) supervising or co-supervising doctoral dissertations and Master’s theses; 4) producing scholarly publications; 5) leading and participating in research projects; 6) sharing departmental and committee tasks; 7) participating in and contributing to the international academy.

Required education and experience: The successful applicant must hold a doctoral degree in New Testament or Early Christianity and should have the following skills and characteristics: demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, publication, and supervision; demonstrated success working independently and collaboratively with faculty, external researchers, and research groups in New Testament and other disciplines; pastoral and preaching experience that reflect familiarity with contemporary culture; and experience in distance education.

The successful candidate will wholeheartedly embrace and actively promote the confessional and experiential truths of the classical Reformed tradition. He should be committed in doctrine and practice to the preparation of students to serve Christ and His church through biblical, Reformed, experiential, and practical ministry, and formally subscribe to the Three Forms of Unity and/or the Westminster Standards

Qualified candidates should send the following documents in PDF format to the Academic Dean, Dr. Jonathon Beeke ([email protected]):

1.      A letter of application that summarizes the candidate’s experience and qualifications;

2.      A current curriculum vitae, including details of publications, teaching, and ecclesiastical affiliation and service;

3.      Contact information for three personal references.

Salary will be commensurate rank, qualifications, and experience.

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