Dr. Garrett has been the John R. Sampey Professor Of Old Testament Interpretation and Professor Of Biblical Theology since 2004. He brings many years of teaching, writing, research, and pastoral experience.
He has served on the faculty of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Bethel Seminary, Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, Mid-America Baptist Seminary, and Korea Baptist Seminary. Along with his writings, he is the general editor for The Archaeology Study Bible from HarperCollins Christian Publishing.
OrganizationSouthern Baptist Theological Seminary
- Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) - Baylor University
- Master of Divinity (MDiv) - Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Rice University
Shepherd's Notes: Job
Understand the Bible like never before, book by book. Each Shepherd's Notes volume highlights and explains the authorship, circumstances of writing, and main points of...
The Problem of the Old Testament: Hermeneutical, Schematic, and Theological Approaches
For Christians, the Old Testament often presents a conundrum. We revere it as God's Word, but we don't always comprehend it. It has great truths beautifully...
The Book of Job: A Biblical Answer to Pain - Student Guide
This Student's Guide is for the class on The Book of Job in BiblicalTraining.org. It contains the outlines to the lectures, a summary of each point, and reflection...
Rethinking Genesis: The Source and Authorship of the First Book of the Pentateuch
An assessment of the origins of the book of Genesis. Garrett looks at the various possible sources of information that Moses drew on in putting together his account of the...
Shepherd's Notes: Proverbs
Understand the Bible like never before, book by book. Each Shepherdâs Notes volume highlights and explains the authorship, circumstances of writing, and main points of the...
A Commentary on Exodus (Kregel Exegetical Library)
The true fountainhead of Old Testament theology, Exodus illuminates the significance of the name Yahweh and introduces the title I AM. It tells of Israel's formative...