Dr. Bruce Waltke

Bruce Waltke was first appointed Professor of Old Testament Studies at Regent College in 1976. He held that post until 1985 and then again from 1991 to 1995, after which he was appointed Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Studies at Regent College. His career also included teaching positions at Knox Theological Seminary, Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Reformed Theological Seminary. In addition to being Professor Emeritus at Regent College, Dr. Waltke is Distinguished Professor of Old Testament at Knox Theological Seminary. Dr. Waltke has written numerous scholarly articles and edited or contributed to various editions of the Bible, including the New American Standard Version, the New International Version, the Today's New International Version, and the Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible. He has also contributed to the Theological Word Book of the Old Testament, and the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis.

He is the co-author of Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, the author of commentaries on Genesis, Micah, and Proverbs, and the author of An Old Testament Theology and of Finding the Will of God: A Pagan Notion? He has recently published The Psalms as Christian Worship: A Historical Commentary with James Houston. Dr. Waltke was president of the Evangelical Theological Society (1975) and has traveled and lectured widely. He has also served as an Area Supervisor for excavations at Gezer, Israel and as Director of field study trips to the Middle East and the Classical World. He is married to Elaine and they have three children and three grandchildren.

Source: Regent College

Education

M.A. and Ph.D. Harvard
TH.M. and Th.D. Dallas Theological Seminary
A.B. Houghton College

Major publications

An Old Testament Theology: An Exegetical, Canonical, and Thematic Approac
Proverbs (New International Commentary on the Old Testament, 2 vols.)
Knowing the Will of God
Finding the Will of God: A Pagan Notion?, 2nd edition
The Psalms as Christian Lament: A Historical Commentary
The Dance Between God and Humanity: Reading the Bible Today As the People of God
The Psalms As Christian Worship: A Historical Commentary
A Commentary on Micah
Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament, One-Volume Edition