Bob Ellis

Dr. Bob Ellis


Dr. Ellis’ teaching career began in 1984 at Hardin-Simmons University. He joined the faculty of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth in 1986, and then returned to HSU as part of the Logsdon faculty in 1996. Before teaching at these institutions, he served as the pastor of Forestburg Baptist Church in Forestburg, Texas. Dr. Ellis has published a biblical Hebrew Grammar and numerous articles for books, journals, and periodicals. He currently serves as the book review editor for the Review & Expositor and on the Dean’s Council of the Vocational Theological Education Council of the Baptist General Convention of Texas. Dr. Ellis often serves as a preacher and Bible conference speaker and has been involved in several international ministry settings through theological education, church ministry, and theological dialogue, including Brazil, Romania, England, Nigeria, and China.

Degrees Earned:
Bachelor's ~ Religion ~ Hardin-Simmons University ~ 1977
Master's ~ M. Div ~ Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary ~ 1981
Doctorate ~ Ph.D. in Old Testament ~ Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary ~ 1988

“An Annotated Bibliography for the Book of Malachi,” Southwestern Journal of Theology, Fall 1987
Articles for the Mercer Dictionary of the Bible (Mercer University Press, 1990)
“The Remarkable Suffering Servant of Isaiah 40-55,” Southwestern Journal of Theology, Fall 1991
Articles for the Holman Bible Dictionary (Broadman & Holman, 1991)
“Divine Gift and Human Response: An Old Testament Model for Stewardship,” Southwestern Journal of Theology Spring 1995
“Are There Any Cows of Bashan on Seminary Hill?,” Southwestern Journal of Theology, Fall 1995
Articles for the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis (Zondervan,1997)
“Theological Boundaries of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Book of Joshua,” Review & Expositor, Spring 1998
“Interpreting the Law,” for the 2nd ed. of Biblical Hermeneutics, ed. Corley, Lemke and Lovejoy (Broadman & Holman, 2002)
“The Power of Jots and Tittles: Old Testament Preaching in Today’s World,” Window, Ministry Resources from the Logsdon School of Theology, Spring 2003
“Creation, Vocation, Crisis and Rest: A Creational Model for Spirituality,” Review & Expositor, Spring 2006
Learning to Read Biblical Hebrew: An Introductory Grammar. (Baylor University Press, 2006)
Numerous book reviews published in Hebrew Studies, Review & Expositor, and Southwestern Journal of Theology

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