Dr. J. Parker
Dr. Jim ParkerAssociate Professor of Biblical Interpretation
Associate Vice President of Facilities

Office: Dodd Faculty 200
Office Phone: (504) 816-8592
Fax: 504-816-8582
Home Phone: 504-534-8275
E-Mail: jparker@nobts.edu

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary 1997
  • Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages - Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary 1992
  • Bachelor of Science - University of the State of New York, Albany 1987

Teaching Experience

  • Associate Professor of Biblical Interpretation - New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary -2007 - present
  • Professor of Hebrew and Greek - Union Baptist Theological Seminary and College - 2010 - Present
  • Associate Professor and Director of the D.Min Program - Birmingham Theological Seminary - 2004-2007
  • Adjunct Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Greek and New Testament, and Church History - NOBTS Birmingham Extension - 2002-2007
  • Adjunct Professor of Theology, Old Testament, and New Testament - Lawson State College, Birmingham, Alabama - 2000-2007
  • Associate Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament - Beeson Divinity School of Samford University - 1997-1999
  • Instructor for Old Testament and New Testament - Lee College, Baytown, Texas
  • Guest Professor - University of San Salvador, San Salvador, El Salvador - 1999

Teaching Specializations

  • Hebrew and Old Testament Studies
  • Greek and New Testament Studies
  • Church History

Ministry Experience

  • Pastor - Ashby Baptist Church - Brierfield, Alabama 2004-2007
  • Pastor - Robinwood Baptist Church - Tarrant, Alabama 2002-2004
  • Minister of Discipleship - Sonrise Church - Woodstock, Alabama 1999-2002
  • Pastor - Grace Bible Church - Woodstock, Alabama 1993-1999
  • Ministry Director - Ondie Brum Ministries - Baytown, Texas 1992-1993
  • Minister of Education - Cedar Bayou Baptist Church - Baytown, Texas 1987-1992

Professional Organizations

  • American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR)
  • Society of Biblical Literature (SBL)
  • Evangelical Theological Society (ETS)

Center for Archaeological Research

  • Associate Director

OUR MISSION

The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


DIVISIONS

Biblical Studies
Christian Education
Church and Community Ministries
Church Music Ministries
Pastoral Ministries
Theological and Historical Studies
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