Adjunct Faculty: Bible
Jon studies and teaches about the development and spread of Christianity in the ancient Mediterranean world, focusing on New Testament and early Patristic writings. He has served as a pastor at First Baptist Church of Perkasie, as a director at the Bucks County Opportunity Council, and for a time served in the development office at BTS. He currently teaches Gospel Book Study (Matthew) at BTS.
M.Div., Duke Divinity School; Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary
BS, Cairn Univ.; MA, MDiv, ThM, Biblical Theological Seminary
Rick serves BTS as the Director of Academic Services and also teaches several classes including Hebrew.
Carolyn Custis James
MA, Biblical Studies
Carolyn is a national and international conference speaker for churches, colleges, seminaries and other Christian organizations. Her writings bring a fresh perspective to the study of God's Word and communicate a powerfully relevant message for women and men today. She is president of WhitbyForum, a ministry dedicated to addressing the deeper needs which confront both women and men as they endeavor to extend God's kingdom together in a messy and complicated world.
BA, Calvin College; MDiv, ABD Westminster Theological Seminary
Mike teaches Reading the Old Testament missionally, and several book studies at BTS. Beyond his interests in biblical hermeneutics and the Old Testament Prophetical books, he enjoys thinking about, and living out, the intersection of biblical theology and urban ministry.
Sherry Kull, PhD
MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; PhD, Regent University
Dr. Sherry Kull holds a PhD in Organizational Leadership from Regent University and an MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She serves full-time at Eastern University as Director of Faculty Development for Online Initiatives, where she teaches courses in Bible and Leadership. She has been teaching Greek at Biblical for more than twenty years and was one of the early promoters of online education at the seminary.
BA, University of California at Santa Cruz; MDiv, Biblical Seminary
Shannon serves with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in the US and abroad, training staff and students to explore and live into radical faith in Jesus. She is passionate about honest engagement with and creative application of God's word. At Biblical Shannon has taught Reading the OT Missionally, Counseling and the Biblical Text, Lifelong Leadership Development, and co-taught "How God Teaches" with her OT Professor husband Dave.
Bo Lim, PhD
BA, UCLA; MDiv, PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
In addition to teaching for Biblical, Bo is currently Associate Professor of Old Testament at Seattle Pacific University where he has been teaching since 2006 and serves as a faculty advisor to its Asian American Ministry Program. In addition to various topics within the field of Old Testament study, Bo’s research interests include Eschatology, Prophetic Literature, Exile and Forced Migrations, Asian American Biblical Interpretation, Missional Hermeneutics, and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture.
MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary
Jeffrey is a Ph.D. Candidate at Westminster Theological Seminary where he also completed his MDiv with a Counseling emphasis (2006). He served as an Assistant pastor at Calvary Chapel Westminster (England) from 1997-2000 and at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa from 2000-01. He currently teaches General Epistles Book Study (Hebrews) and Bible and Counseling 3 here at Biblical Seminary.
BS, MS, Cairn University; MA in Old Testament, ThM, Biblical Seminary
John is a new testament scholar who teaches greek at biblical seminary and biblical studies at eastern university. He has 5 amazing daughters and resides in the Quakertown area. He has taught at biblical since 2011
Steve Turnbull, PhD
MDiv, Luther Seminary; PhD, Duke University
Steve is committed to the beautiful, wonderful mess that is the church of Jesus Christ on earth. He is the senior pastor of First Lutheran Church in White Bear Lake, MN, and teaches adjunct classes in New Testament Theology. Steve has particular research interests in Christian anthropology and discipleship. Steve is married with two children and enjoys chess, travel, and sports of all kinds.