Greg Beale leaving Wheaton? Biblical Studies chair vacancy…

UPDATE: Beale is leaving for Westminster Theological Seminary.  In an interview, he talks about ‘coming home’ theologically when he thinks about his move to WTS.  He also feels this is a good time to go to WTS in light of recent events there (which seems to be in relation to Peter Enns).  There will, no doubt, be discussions about how this move will affect the direction that WTS is going in (as in securing its convervative positions).  I am interested also, though, in the direction that Wheaton will go.  Whomever they hire will probably be an important leader in their graduate school and will be supervising phd students.  We will see…
Wheaton College
Department of Biblical and Theological Studies

WHEATON COLLEGE seeks candidates for the Wessner Chair of Biblical Studies.

This endowed position is a full time, tenure-track appointment to begin in August 2010.

The successful candidate will have a Ph.D., evidence of outstanding teaching, and a distinguished record of research and scholarship in New Testament studies.

The position involves mentoring doctoral students, teaching doctoral seminars and playing a leading role in the master�s program in biblical exegesis. Teaching load involves 12 semester hours per year.

Application forms will be sent to promising candidates.

Wheaton College is an evangelical Christian liberal arts college whose faculty affirm a Statement of Faith and adhere to lifestyle expectations. The College complies with federal and state guidelines for non-discrimination in employment.

Women and racial ethnic minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

Send letter of interest and curriculum vita to:
Ann Gerber,
Wessner Chair Search Committee,
Wheaton College,
Wheaton,
IL  60187-5593,

or via email to:
Wessnersearch@wheaton.edu.

Application deadline: September 30, 2009.

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3 thoughts on “Greg Beale leaving Wheaton? Biblical Studies chair vacancy…

  1. [...] Nijay noted that Wheaton is looking for a replacement for Gregory K. Beale’s teaching post. Apparently Beale is moving to Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. [See the online video interview with Beale and a couple of WTS guys here.] The move comes at a very critical time for WTS, since it is still working through the aftermath of having Peter Enns removed. By choosing to place Beale on their faculty, they are not only moving in a clear direction toward the right, but are solidifying their stance against Enns. [...]

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