Dr. Gerald L. Stevens
Dr. Gerald L. StevensProfessor of New Testament and Greek


Office: Hardin Student Center 262
Office Phone: (504) 282-4455 ext. 3734
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Home Phone:
E-Mail: GStevens@NOBTS.edu

Education

  • Loyola University, New Orleans, 2001-02
  • Union Theological Seminary, 1994-95
  • Th.D., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1981
  • B.S., University of Southern Mississippi, 1973

Teaching Experience

  • Professor of New Testament and Greek, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1999-present
  • Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1993-1999
  • Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1988 - 1993

Teaching Specializations

  • Multimedia, Graphics Design, and Courseware Implementation, 1993-present
  • Technology Consultant, 1995-present
  • Software Training, 1995-present

Ministry Experience

  • Pastor, Bayou Baptist Church, Slidell, LA, 1974-1978
  • Campus Minister, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1981-88
  • Interim Pastor, First Baptist, Raceland, LA, 1990-91
  • Interim Pastor, Christ Baptist Church, Houma, LA, 1992-93
  • Interm Pastor, Poydras Baptist Church, Poydras, LA, 1998-99
  • Interm Pastor, First Baptist Church, Lyman, MS, 1999-2001
  • Interm Pastor, Coteau Baptist Church, Houma, LA, 2001-2002
  • Interm Pastor, Bluff Creek Baptist Church, Clinton, LA, 2002-2003

Publications

Books

  • New Testament Greek, 1994
  • New Testament Greek Workbook, 1994
  • New Testament Greek, Second Edition, 1997
  • New Testament Greek Workbook, Second Edition, 1997
  • New Testament Greek Primer, 2002

Articles

  • "Greek Language," in Holman Bible Dictionary, 2003
  • "Patience in James," in Biblical Illustrator, 2002
  • "Friendship Language in Philippians," in Biblical Illustrator, 2000
  • "Capital Crimes In the Roman Empire," in Biblical Illustrator, 1999
  • "Building on Paul’s Foundation (Eph. 3:1-21)," in The Theological Educator 54 (Fall 1996): 61-66
  • "Sacred Stone," Eerdmann’s Dictionary of the Bible, 1997
  • "Secretary," Eerdmann’s Dictionary of the Bible, 1997
  • "Conversion in Acts" in The Theological Educator (Fall 1990)
  • "Divorce in Greek Law" in Biblical Illustrator (Spring 1991)
  • "Paul and the Law" in The Theological Illustrator (Spring 1994)
  • The Sermon on the Mount" in The Theological Illustrator (Fall 1992)
  • "Mark" Bible Book Study for Adult Sunday School Teachers, Baptist Sunday School Board, 1995

Reviews

  • Luther Stirewalt, Jr., Paul the Letter Writer, in Review of Biblical Literature (Fall 2003): online
  • Frank Thielman, Paul and the Law: A Contextual Approach, in Journal of Church and State 38 (Summer 1996):649
  • D. Michael Martin, 1, 2 Thessalonians, The New American Commentary, vol. 33, in The Theological Educator 54 (Fall 1996):150-52
  • David Trobisch, Paul’s Letter Collection: Tracing the Origins, in The Theological Educator 54 (Fall 1996): 152-53
  • Robert L. Brawley, Centering on God: Method and Message in Luke-Acts, in The Theological Educator 44 (Fall 1991): 125-27
  • Philip Edgcumbe Hughes, The Book of Revelation: A Commentary, in The Theological Educator 44 (Fall 1991): 134-38
  • Dieter Luhrmann, An Itinerary For New Testament Study, in The Theological Educator 44 (Fall 1991): 138-40
  • H. Beccher Hicks, Jr., Correspondence With A Cripple From Tarsus, in The Theological Educator (Spring 1991)
  • Richard R. Melick, Jr., Philipians, Colossians, Philemon, The New American Commentary Vol. 32 in The Theological Educator (Fall 1992)
  • Charles B. Puskas, An Introduction to the New Testament in The Theological Educator (Spring 1991)
  • Mitchell G. Reddish, Apocalyptic Literature: A Reader in The Theological Educator (Spring 1991)
  • Thomas R. Schreiner, Interpreting The Pauline Epistles in The Theological Educator (Fall 1991)
  • Oaktree Software Specialists, Accordance 3.0 in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society (Fall 1998)
  • A.K.M. Adam, What Is Postmodern Biblical Criticism? in The Theological Educator (Fall 1996)
  • David L. Barr, New Testament Study: An Introduction in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)
  • Richard J. Bauckham, The Climax of Prophecy: Studies On the Book of Revelation in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)
  • Craig A. Blaising and Darrel L. Bock, Progressive Dispensationalism in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)
  • D.A. Carson, The Gagging of God in The Theological Educator (Fall 1996)
  • Kendell H. Easley, User Friendly Greek in The Theological Educator (Spring 1995)
  • David W. Gill, The Book of Acts In Its Greco-Roman Setting in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)
  • Stephen L. Harris, The New Testament: A Student's Introduction in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)
  • Wilhelm Schneemelcher, ed., New Testament Apocrypha: Vol. I: Gospels and Related Writings, Vol. II: Writings Related to the Apostles, Apocalypses, and Related Subjects in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)
  • James L. Mays, The Lord Reigns: A Theological HAndbook to the Psalms in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)
  • Bernard McGinn, Antichrist: Two Thousand Years of the Human Fascination with Evil in The Theological Educator (Fall 1995)

Links

  • Dr. Steven's Website: www.drkoine.com
  • Annotated NT Gateway

  • Summer Biblical Languages Institute (Caution: 10 Mb streamed web presentation that includes video, so file takes a while to download; if your browser is not set to play streaming video immediately while the rest of the file downloads, you will have to wait until the entire file downloads before the presentation starts playing automatically. You need the free QuickTime Player to play the file.)
  • Turabian Term Paper (This link takes you to downloadable pdf files. One is NOBTSPapers.pdf. This file is an example paper formatted for Turabian style with hyperlinks to discussion of each element of the paper. You will need the free Adobe Reader to read the pdf file once downloaded.)  

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