Author Highlight — Iain M. Duguid

Iain M. Duguid (PhD, University of Cambridge) is professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. He has written numerous works of biblical exposition, including Esther & Ruth in the Reformed Expository Commentary series, Ezekiel in the NIV Application Commentary series, and Numbers in the Preaching the Word series.

These are his contributions to our Reformed Expository Commentary series:


1. Esther & Ruth

224 pages | List Price: $17.99 | Hardcover

Summary—Does God help those who help themselves? That may seem to be the message of Esther and Ruth. Yet a closer reading shows a gracious and sovereign God at work, one who uses obviously flawed people—unable even to help themselves—to rescue his people and prepare for the coming of Christ.

“An amazing commentary! Rarely does an expositor demonstrate such virtuosity. But Iain Duguid brings it all together: a specialist’s knowledge of the Hebrew text and culture, a preacher’s eye for theme and structure, a pastor’s skill in nuanced application, a theologian’s grasp of Christ-centered theology (that would make Geerhardus Vos smile), and a wordsmith’s attention to language and lingering metaphor. Duguid’s Esther and Ruth will elevate and inspire generations of readers and preachers.” —R. Kent Hughes

2. Daniel

256 pages | List Price: $22.99 | Hardcover

Summary—Daniel gives us more than moral lessons and a prophetic timetable. The book of Daniel points us to Christ, both as the servant and as the heavenly Son of Man.

“Here is exposition modeled by pastors with scholarly gifts and by scholars with pastors’ hearts. Exegetical and theological reliability, redemptive-historical sensitivity, a Christ-centered focus, and contemporary practical application—these are the promised hallmarks of the series. May it serve as a model to encourage and enthuse a new generation to love the Word of God and to rediscover the life-transforming power of expository preaching!” —Sinclair Ferguson

3. Song of Songs

216 pages | List Price: $22.99 | Hardcover | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Summary—Should we read Song of Songs as romantic poetry—or as an allegory? Should some people even read it at all? Pastor-scholar Iain Duguid steers a middle way between allegorical and literal approaches, and shows that this book’s celebration of the love between a man and woman not only shapes Christians’ thinking about human relationships but reveals the love that Christ has for his bride, the church.

“This book helps us. As a wise and seasoned pastor, Iain gently weeps with us in our broken search for false loves. Yet he strongly rouses our affections to the One whose love is true, satisfying, lasting, romantic, and alluring. Practical, tasty, and invigorating, Iain’s prose and poetry offer a timely guide for those who desire the lovers of Solomon’s Song to disciple them in Jesus.” —Zack Eswine

These are his contributions to our The Gospel According to the Old Testament series:


4. Living in the Gap Between Promise and Reality, Second Edition: The Gospel According to Abraham

208 pages | List Price: $14.99 | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Summary—God made Abraham glorious promises, but the patriarch still spent years living in a gap between their fulfillment and his day-to-day reality. We can often relate to him. Working through the Genesis account, Iain Duguid shows how Abraham, in both his faith and failure, points to Jesus and the gospel, providing an example and a profound encouragement for us today.

“I am grateful for this eminently accessible book . . . which closes the gap between Christ’s redemptive work and the work of Abraham.” —Bryan Chapell

5. Living in the Grip of Relentless Grace, Second Edition: The Gospel in the Lives of Isaac & Jacob

192 pages | List Price: $14.99 | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Summary—We see how the message of Scripture converges on Jesus. Readers can take encouragement in their shortcomings; the gospel triumphs not through human might but through God’s relentless grace.

“Iain Duguid is both a first-class scholar and a gifted preacher. This book is theologically astute, Christ-centered, and extremely practical. A tremendous resource.” —Tim Keller, Senior Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church

6. Living in the Light of Inextinguishable Hope: The Gospel According to Joseph coauthored with Matthew P. Harmon

224 pages | List Price: $14.99 | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Summary—Learn how the story of Joseph prefigures the gospel, testifying to God’s electing grace and showing how he redeems and restores broken and dysfunctional sinners to accomplish his purposes.

“Sweetly blending exegetical care, Christ-centered insight, and penetrating pastoral wisdom, the authors proffer a relevant and rich journey into gospel hope by their biblically sensitive treatment of the life of Joseph. Readable and engaging.” —David B. Garner


7. Hero of Heroes: Seeing Christ in the Beatitudes

124 pages | List Price: $11.99 | Paperback

Summary—Hero. Someone we admire, someone we want to be like. But does your idea of a hero include someone poor in spirit? Meek? Merciful? In this fresh look at the Beatitudes, Iain M. Duguid shows how Jesus turns our concept of a hero upside-down. The Beatitudes hold out to us a higher form of heroism—the character and attitudes found in the Hero of heroes.

“Iain Duguid again takes us by the hand and leads us to Jesus. This book is so powerfully pastoral and heart-reaching, the language so simple and powerful, that we may not be aware of the biblical scholarship that drives it.” Edmund P. Clowney

8. Is Jesus in the Old Testament?

40 pages | List Price: $4.99 | Booklet | Basics of the Faith series

Summary—The Old Testament, while sometimes confusing and difficult for New Testament believers, is for all Christians because Christ is actually present throughout it. Learn here to rightly explore Christ in the Old Testament.

“If reading the first two thirds of your Bible feels like wandering through a foreign country, Iain Duguid’s Is Jesus in the Old Testament? offers hope. Not only does he demonstrate that the Old Testament is all about Jesus, he shows how the ancient Scriptures’ promises and longings find fulfillment in our Savior as the new Adam, new Israel, and new David. This booklet will enrich your appreciation of the events and words by which God forecasted Christ’s redemptive mission before his arrival and will deepen your faith and wonder.” —Dennis E. Johnson

He is also the editor of:

9. Prone to Wander: Prayers of Confession and Celebration by Wayne Duguid Houk & Barbara R. Duguid

240 pages | List Price: $14.99 | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Summary—Inspired by the classic The Valley of Vision, this book provides specific prayers of confession in response to Scripture passages. Ideal for use in church services or personal devotions, these prayers thank God for Jesus’ righteousness and atoning death and ask for the Spirit’s help in pursuing holiness—closing with an assurance of pardon in Christ for the specific sins of God’s people. Appendices include a list of hymns referenced, as well as the sermon texts that originally accompanied them.

“This book has many virtues. One is its flexibility in being adaptable to a range of situations, including public worship and private devotions. . . . The book covers the whole of the Christian life. I love its overall aims and the method, as well as the execution of details.” Leland Ryken

He is one of the contributors for:

10.- The Triune God edited by Ronald L. Kohl

352 pages | List Price: $14.99 | SAMPLE CHAPTERBest of Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology (PCRT) series

Summary—The persons of the Trinity appear throughout Scripture, and knowing them helps enrich our love for our triune God. Here leading pastors and preachers examine each member’s qualities and roles.

BOOK HIGHLIGHT—Letters to Pastors’ Wives: When Seminary Ends and Ministry Begins

Letters to Pastors’ Wives: When Seminary Ends and Ministry Begins edited by Catherine J. Stewart

288 pages | 50% off sale price: $7.49 (click HERE) | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER


There is no right ‘type’ of pastor’s wife, only the one whose heart is wholly set on serving Christ. In this book you will find the beauty of various personalities, character types, and giftedness that interweaves the pages of these letters. We are not called to fit into a certain mold but to be helpmeets to our husbands, helpmeets who enable them to serve God more effectively with us at their side than they ever could alone.

Pastors’ wives encounter special challenges as well as special joys. These letters from the seasoned wives of seasoned pastors provide empathy, wise counsel, and encouragement on a wide range of topics.

  • Campus Ministry: Life at the Crossroads — Kathy Wilcke
  • Conflict within the Church: Keeping Your Heart Pure — Sue Rowe
  • Depression: A Dark Valley — Mary Somerville
  • Expectations: God-centered or Self-imposed — Donna Ascol
  • Friendships over the Long Haul: Our Need for Female Fellowship — Betty Jane Adams
  • Habitual Sin in the Life of My Husband: Now What? — Janie Street
  • Handling Criticism: Two Approaches — Mary Beeke
  • Hospitality: Fellowship or Entertainment? — Shirley Rankin
  • Humility: The Only Way Up Is Down — Lynn Crotts
  • Loneliness & Bereavement: Common to All, Unique to Some — Shannon Baugh Onnink
  • The Lord’s Day: A Hard Day’s Rest — “Sissy” Floyd Pipa
  • Ministering in a Different Culture: Aliens and Strangers — Pam Schweitzer
  • Ministry Moms: Perspectives from a PK — Sarah Ascol
  • Personal Devotions: The Heart before the Actions — Margy Tripp
  • Priorities: Putting First Things First — Catherine J. Stewart
  • Respecting My Husband: The Foundational Principles — Noelle Wilkerson
  • Sharing My Husband: With Whomever and Whenever — Joan Hamilton
  • Tongue and Thumb: Guarding the Ways We Communicate — Barbara Davis


“This is the first book I have read addressing the full range of experiences in ministry life with the perspective that this is truly a life of privilege and blessing. The letters in this book are filled with wise and compassionate counsel. . . . When you have turned the last page, you will feel—as I did—that all [these women] are now dear friends.”

—Megan Hill, Blogger at; Contributor to Christianity Today‘s Her.meneutics

“An exceptional book written by seventeen different pastors’ wives and one pastor’s daughter. The letters are personal, warm, convicting, and engaging. . . . I highly recommend this book to all women and especially to pastors’ wives!”

—Martha Peace, Biblical Counselor; Author of The Excellent Wife

“What a privilege to glean wisdom from these women who have served faithfully in the church and in the home as pastors’ wives. I was challenged, encouraged, and refreshed by this insightful and helpful book.”

—Trisha DeYoung, Wife of Kevin DeYoung, Senior Pastor, University Reformed Church, East Lansing, Michigan

“I believe this is now the standard text for seminary wives as well as those pastoral families—pastor and wife—who should set apart time to revisit the timeless themes.”

—Michael A. Milton, Fourth Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary; Author; Singer-songwriter

About the Editor

Catherine J. Stewart, a native of Northern Ireland, is a pastor’s wife living in Savannah, Georgia. She and her husband, Neil, have five children whom they homeschool. Before moving to the United States in 1999, she received a degree in theology from Queens University, Belfast.


Happy 92nd Birthday to G. I. Williamson!

In honor of G. I. Williamson‘s 92nd birthday today, we are highlighting his books below.


The Westminster Shorter Catechism, Second Edition: For Study Classes

384 pages | Direct Price: $15.99 $12.00 | Paperback


The Westminster Shorter Catechism is unrivaled as a concise and faithful summary of the central teachings of Scripture. For decades G. I. Williamson’s study manuals on the Shorter Catechism have served as invaluable tools for instructing young and old in the Reformed system of doctrine.

Now newly typeset in one volume, this illustrated manual offers clear exposition of each of the 107 questions in the Shorter Catechism. Each lesson includes Scripture proofs, as well as questions for review or discussion. A valuable aid for group instruction or private study, this volume has been used successfully by homeschoolers, pastors, Sunday school teachers, and parents.

The Westminster Confession of Faith: For Study Classes

424 pages | Direct Price: $16.99 $13.00 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER


The Westminster Confession of Faith is an unsurpassed summary of biblical truth and should be familiar ground to people of Reformed and Presbyterian conviction. For decades, G. I. Williamson’s guide to the Confession has been an invaluable resource used in churches and colleges throughout the world.


“This study guide has already proven its value. It will continue to serve the church as an excellent instructional tool, well suited to a broad variety of groups and age levels.”

—Richard B. Gaffin Jr.

“If this biblical, Reformed faith is to be a living faith in our day, it requires an intimate acquaintance with the kind of biblical wisdom contained in this great confession. Williamson’s study is an excellent help to that end.”

—Cornelis P. Venema

“A trustworthy guide and excellent resource for all who wish to understand the Westminster Confession of Faith. Highly recommended for both personal and group study.”

—Cornelis Van Dam

The Heidelberg Catechism: A Study Guide

256 pages | Direct Price: $14.99 $11.50 | Paperback


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the finest creeds of the reformation period. A faithful teacher of millions, it has stood the test of time and is still, today, one of the best tools available for learning what it means to be a Christian. This study guide to the Catechism includes 129 questions and answers, along with clear exposition and questions for review, further study, and discussion.


“. . . biblical, clear, well illustrated. . . . an excellent guide for preachers, teachers, parents, and students.”

—Thomas Vanden Heuvel, The Outlook

The Westminster Larger Catechism by Johannes G. Vos; edited by G.I. Williamson

640 pages | Direct Price: $23.99 $18.00 | Paperback


The Larger Catechism, so rich in biblical teaching, has been long neglected, even by conservative Presbyterians who embrace it as one of their three standards. This commentary, written in the mid-twentieth century, is being published in book-form for the first time, to encourage the catechism’s increased use and study.

Because the Larger Catechism supplements the Shorter Catechism on such topics as the church and the means of grace, Presbyterians will find it a rewarding resource.

G. I. Williamson, author of books on the Westminster Confession and Shorter Catechism for study classes, has edited Vos’s commentary on the Larger Catechism. Supplementing the commentary are the following:

  • W. Robert Godfrey’s introduction to the history and theology of the Larger Catechism.
  • A detailed outline of the Larger Catechism.


“Finally—a clear, contemporary exposition of the magisterial Larger Catechism!”

—Joel Beeke

“J. G. Vos was a fine scholar, and his commentary will be most useful to the church.”

—Morton H. Smith

“An accurate and clear exposition.”

 —Wayne Spear

“Ought to be on every minister’s and elder’s shelf.”

—Duncan Rankin


To be released 5/31—The Christ of Wisdom by O. Palmer Robertson

We will be releasing a new O. Palmer Robertson book on May 31st.

The Christ of Wisdom: A Redemptive-Historical Exploration of the Wisdom Books of the Old Testament

Release Date: 5/31/17 | 432 pages | List Price: $19.99


How do we walk in the way of wisdom? How should we respond to suffering? How can we cope with life’s frustrations and sorrows? How ought we to weep? How ought we to love?

The answers can be found in the great “how-to” books of Scripture—the Old Testament’s wisdom literature—but unfortunately, these books are frequently overlooked in biblical theology, despite their immense significance for God’s people. O. Palmer Robertson introduces the concept of biblical wisdom before providing a redemptive-historical analysis of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, and Lamentations. These neglected books offer the contemporary reader inspired insight (and a solid dose of godly realism) into every major realm of human existence: from love and intimacy to grief and calamity.


“Robertson’s book is the best I know of on this subject. It focuses on what the Bible itself says about wisdom, particularly in the wisdom literature. I have learned much from it, and I hope that many others will as well.”

—John M. Frame, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando

“A major contribution to Christian understanding of wisdom in the Old Testament. As always, Palmer Robertson’s work is firmly rooted in the full authority of Scripture and in the supremacy of Christ over all creation. . . . He not only addresses academic issues, but also provides enormously helpful insights into the practical application of biblical wisdom to modern life.”

—Richard L. Pratt Jr., President, Third Millennium Ministries

“Many pastors and teachers still find it difficult to preach Christ from the Old Testament wisdom books. This is why Robertson’s work is so greatly needed.”

—John Scott Redd Jr., President and Associate Professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, DC

“O. Palmer Robertson explores the wisdom literature of the Old Testament, opening up new vistas of study and understanding of this part of Scripture, which until recently was undervalued and sometimes even neglected in Old Testament research. . . . The reading of this book is a joyful experience.”

—Eric Peels, Professor of Old Testament Studies, Theological University, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

Other books by O. Palmer Robertson

The Christ of the Covenants

Released: 1987 | 320 pages | List Price: $14.99


What is a covenant? Asking for a definition of “covenant” is like asking for a definition of “mother.” A mother may be defined as the person who brought you into the world. That definition may be correct formally. But who would be satisfied with such a definition?

Scripture clearly testifies to the significance of the divine covenants. God has entered repeatedly into covenantal relationships with particular men. Explicit references may be found to a divine covenant established with Noah, Abraham, Israel, and David. Israel’s prophets anticipated the coming of the days of the “new covenant,” and Christ himself spoke of the last supper in covenantal language.

But what is a covenant?

Robertson leaves no stone unturned as he explains the Bible’s covenants. As he explores each covenant in depth, he helps us to see their unity, diversity, and place in the history of redemption.


“I now know where to look for a clear, thorough and fair-minded exposition of this great subject.”

—Derek Kidner

“Robertson has achieved a rare balance of clarity and simplicity while interacting with other viewpoints and incorporating the insights of modern scholarship. . . . Many Bible students long for a readable and reliable book that gives an overview of the whole Bible. This is it!”

—John H. White, Bible Newsletter

“Clearly written. . . . [This book] should prove of substantial help for anyone wishing a better understanding of the covenant concept as a central thrust of the biblical message.”

—R. O. Zorn, Vox Reformata

The Christ of the Prophets: Abridged Edition

Released: 2004 (Paperback edition came out in 2008) | 432 pages | List Price: $21.99


In this abridged version of The Christ of the Prophets, O. Palmer Robertson captures the passion and purpose of their extraordinary writings.

After examining the origins of prophetism, the prophets’ call, and their proclamation and application of law and covenant, Robertson devotes special attention to the biblical-theological significance of the exile. Viewing that phenomenon through the lens of several prophets, he draws our focus to the glorious restoration of God’s people in Christ.


“An unparalleled introduction to the prophetic writings: sober in its erudition, comprehensiveness, and sound judgment; spiritual in its sound theology that elevates the reader to praising God; and simple in its clarity of style.”

—Bruce Waltke

“An exceptional study of Old Testament prophecy. In a day when the church is victimized by speculative interpretations of prophecy, Robertson has provided a solid, sober, refreshingly reliable resource for understanding this part of the Bible. Laypeople, pastors, and scholars will find this book essential for the study of prophecy.”

—Richard L. Pratt Jr.

“A remarkable book, tracing prophetism in Israel from its rise all the way through Old Testament history. . . . Evangelical colleges and seminaries and Bible-believing pastors will warmly welcome it and find it a useful teaching tool for many years to come.”

—Robert L. Reymond

“A wonderful introduction to the prophets of ancient Israel. At the seminary where I teach, Robertson’s course on this material has been very well received.”

—John D. Currid

The Flow of the Psalms: Discovering Their Structure and Theology

Released: 2015 | 336 pages | List Price: $21.99 | SAMPLE CHAPTER


For centuries the book of Psalms has been read as a random collection of poems with no intentional arrangement. But is this a correct understanding?

O. Palmer Robertson equips us to see a clear redemptive-historical progression that develops across the five books of Psalms. With the aid of charts in full color, he demonstrates how an intentional structure is indicated by elements such as the placement of acrostic psalms, strategic couplings of Messianic psalms with Torah psalms, and the grouping of psalms by topics.

If you love the psalms, Robertson will give you a better grasp of the whole Psalter and a deeper appreciation of each individual poem.

To download a free PDF of Dr. Robertson’s groundbreaking full-color charts of the structure of the Psalms, click here. The PDF may be printed, photocopied, distributed, and used for noncommercial purposes, with appropriate credit.


“With his customary clarity and insight, Robertson presents a psalter that is at once theologically rich, historically relevant, and practically impactful.”

John Scott Redd Jr., Reformed Theological Seminary

“Easily understood and available to serve pastors and other church leaders as they preach and teach Christ from the Psalms. . . . One of the very best studies of this part of Scripture.”

Richard L. Pratt Jr., Third Millennium Ministries

“A pleasure to read! . . . Robertson’s fresh and insightful work on this majestic book of Scripture is sure to expand your mind, warm your heart, and open your mouth to join with all creation in shouts of ‘Hallelu-YAH.’”

Douglas Sean O’Donnell, Queensland Theological College

“A courageous and thought-provoking proposal to read the Psalter afresh. Palmer Robertson argues that the Psalms exhibit . . . an organized development of thought progression from the beginning to the end. . . . His joy of discovery is contagious.”

Eric Peels, Theological University Apeldoorn

D. A. Carson’s Foreword to How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament by Jason DeRouchie

Here is D. A. Carson’s foreword to How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Twelve Steps from Exegesis to Theology:



I HAVE A confession to make: by default, I am suspicious of books with titles like Ten Ways to Something-or-Other and Five Steps to Overcome This or That. So what shall I make of a book titled How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Twelve Steps from Exegesis to Theology? It sounds painfully mechanical, and good readers know full well that good reading cannot be broken down into a small number of “steps.” Such titles may reflect robust marketing strategy, but hype should not be confused with subtlety and rigor. Right?

Well, usually right. This outstanding book is the exception. Jason DeRouchie tackles an amazing range of material, and does so in an orderly fashion that never feels boxy or merely theoretical. Partly this is because he provides many, many concrete examples of Old Testament exegesis; partly it is because his work, while rigorous, never fails to arouse wonder and worship. This book doubtless demands the hard work of intellectual discipline, but it is more than an intellectual exercise.

Part of the reason for the book’s length turns on the fact that DeRouchie writes at a beginning level, an intermediate level, and an advanced level (the latter requiring a reasonable grasp of Hebrew), with all the sections of the book clearly marked. Many of the book’s features make it an admirable textbook; its biblical indexes will be worth consulting by anyone preaching or teaching from the Old Testament, to check out whether DeRouchie has something to say on any particular passage. He provides penetrating structural analysis of several Old Testament books, and probing exegesis of many passages.

The heart of this textbook, however, is its competent and up-to-date treatment of the elements that go into faithful exegesis: competent comprehension of literary genres, accurate treatment of clausal dependence on which so much structural analysis depends, text-critical decisions that must be made, word studies (both how to do them and how not to do them), and careful study of the historical and literary contexts in which any particular passage is embedded. Most of these elements, of course, are nowadays grouped under discourse analysis. But DeRouchie is not satisfied to stop there: he leads his readers to think through how to read Old Testament passages in a canonical context. Discourse analysis is wedded to biblical theology. Moving from Old Testament exegesis in an Old Testament matrix to an Old Testament exegesis in the context of the Christian Bible opens up a plethora of challenges. DeRouchie avoids the common mistakes and reductionisms, but still wants to remind his readers that the Old Testament books constituted the only Bible that Jesus had—and what he did with it has binding authority on those who confess him as Lord. And having gone so far, DeRouchie then reflects on what appropriate application looks like to contemporary Christians reading their Bibles.

All of this is packaged in twelve steps, complete with useful charts, symbols, thoughtful discussion questions, and other guides to make this an extraordinarily useful and reliable textbook. What this volume does not bother with is treatment of the so-called new (now aging) hermeneutic: the omission is a wise one.

It is a pleasure and a privilege to commend this book.



Here is the full list of endorsers (listed in alphabetic order) for Jason DeRouchie’s book.

  • William D. Barrick, Retired Professor of Old Testament, The Master’s Seminary; Old Testament Editor, Evangelical Commentary on the Old Testament
  • Derek D. Bass, Assistant Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature, Tyndale Theological Seminary, The Netherlands
  • John C. Beckman, Assistant Professor of Old Testament, Bethlehem College & Seminary
  • Todd Bolen, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies, The Master’s College
  • Ardel B. Caneday, Professor of New Testament and Greek, University of Northwestern—St. Paul
  • Bryan Chapell, Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church, Peoria, IL
  • E. Ray Clendenen, Senior Editor of Bible and Reference Publishing, B&H Publishing Group
  • C. John (“Jack”) Collins, Professor of Old Testament, Covenant Theological Seminary
  • John C. Crutchfield, Professor of Bible, Columbia International University
  • Stephen G. Dempster, Professor of Religious Studies, Crandall University, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
  • Rodney K. Duke, Professor of Religion, Appalachian State University
  • Daniel J. Estes, Distinguished Professor of Old Testament, Cedarville University
  • Lee M. Fields, Professor of Bible, Mid-Atlantic Christian University
  • William Fullilove, Assistant Professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary
  • Gloria Furman, Cross-Cultural Worker
  • Duane A. Garrett, John R. Sampey Professor of Old Testament Interpretation, Professor of Biblical Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Peter J. Gentry, Donald L. Williams Professor of Old Testament Interpretation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • W. Edward Glenny, Professor of New Testament and Greek, University of Northwestern—St. Paul
  • Graeme Goldsworthy, Former Lecturer in Old Testament, Biblical Theology, and Hermeneutics, Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia
  • Michael A. Grisanti, Lead Professor of Old Testament and Director of the Th.M. Program, The Master’s Seminary
  • Nancy Guthrie, Bible Teacher; Author, Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament Bible study series
  • Michael A. Harbin, Professor of Biblical Studies and Chair of the Department of Biblical Studies, Christian Educational Ministries, and Philosophy, Taylor University
  • Chip Hardy, Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • J. Daniel Hays, Professor of Biblical Studies, Ouachita Baptist University
  • Douglas S. Huffman, Professor and Associate Dean of Biblical and Theological Studies, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University
  • Walter C. Kaiser Jr., President Emeritus, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • Carol M. Kaminski, Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • Tom Kelby, President, Hands to the Plow Ministries; President, Alliance for Renewal Churches
  • Jeremy M. Kimble, Assistant Professor of Theological Studies, Cedarville University
  • Tremper Longman III, Robert H. Gundry Professor of Biblical Studies, Westmont College
  • Elmer A. Martens, President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, Fresno Pacific University Biblical Seminary
  • Kenneth A. Mathews, Professor of Divinity—Old Testament, Beeson Divinity School
  • Benjamin L. Merkle, Professor of New Testament and Greek, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Eugene H. Merrill, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • J. Gary Millar, Principal and Lecturer in Old Testament, Biblical Theology, and Preaching, Queensland Theological College, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  • Douglas J. Moo, Wessner Chair of Biblical Studies, Wheaton College; Chair, NIV Committee on Bible Translation
  • Christine Palmer, Adjunct Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • David Palmer, Adjunct Professor of New Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Senior Pastor, Kenwood Baptist Church, Cincinnati
  • John Piper, Founder and Teacher, Desiring God; Chancellor and Professor of Biblical Exegesis, Bethlehem College & Seminary
  • Robert L. Plummer, Professor of New Testament Interpretation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Gary D. Pratico, Retired Senior Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • Thomas R. Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Associate Dean, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Cochair, CSB Translation Oversight Committee
  • Andrew Shead, Head of Department of Old Testament and Hebrew and Lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament, Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia
  • Gary V. Smith, Retired Professor of Christian Studies, Union University
  • Sam Storms, Lead Pastor for Preaching and Vision, Bridgeway Church, Oklahoma City; President, Enjoying God Ministries
  • Douglas Stuart, Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • Heath A. Thomas, Dean, Herschel H. Hobbs College of Theology & Ministry, Professor of Old Testament, and Associate Vice President for Church Relations, Oklahoma Baptist University
  • Kenneth J. Turner, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies, Toccoa Falls College
  • Miles V. Van Pelt, Alan Belcher Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages, Director of the Summer Institute for Biblical Languages, and Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson
  • Brian J. Vickers, Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Biblical Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Assistant Editor, The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology
  • Bruce K. Waltke, Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies, Regent College, Vancouver; Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, Knox Theological Seminary
  • Paul D. Wegner, Professor of Old Testament Studies and Director of Academic Graduate Studies Program, Gateway Seminary
  • Stephen J. Wellum, Professor of Christian Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Editor, The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology
  • Paul R. Williamson, Senior Lecturer in Old Testament, Hebrew, and Aramaic, Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia
  • Fred G. Zaspel, Pastor, Reformed Baptist Church, Franconia, Pennsylvania; Executive Editor, Books at a Glance; Associate Professor of Christian Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary