Bruce K. Waltke, PhD


  • Hebrew Union College in Jerusalem, postdoctoral fellow
  • Harvard University, MA and PhD
  • Dallas Theological Seminary, ThM and ThD
  • Houghton College, AB

Carrera docente

  • Distinguished Professor of Old Testament, Knox Theological Seminary
  • Professor Emeritus, Regent College in Vancouver
  • Professor, Reformed Theological Seminary (1996-2010)
  • Professor, Westminster Theological Seminary (1985-1991)
  • Professor, Criswell Bible Institute (1970-1976)
  • Professor, Dallas Theological Seminary (1958-1976)
  • Visiting professor/guest lecturer at institutions around the globe, including Bethel Seminary, Columbia International University, Covenant Theological Seminary, Denver Seminary, Geneva Bible College, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Vancouver School of Theology, Western Seminary, and Wheaton College

Otros aspectos destacados de la carrera

  • Recognized as one of the preeminent scholars in Old Testament Studies
  • Speaker at numerous Bible conferences across the United States and Canada
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
  • Campus Crusade for Christ
  • Area field supervisor at excavations at Tel Gezer, Israel
  • Leader of several field study trips to the Middle East and the classical world
  • President, Evangelical Theological Society (1975)
  • Helped in the translation and production of over a dozen versions of the Bible, including theNew American Standard Bible, The New Geneva Study Bible, and the New International Version
  • Honorary member of the committee responsible forToday’s New International Version


  • More than 1,000 articles and several books, including Knowing the Will of God, An Old Testament Theology (which garnered an ECPA Christian Book Award in 2008), andGenesis, a book he coauthored with C. J. Fredricks (which won the Gold Medallion Award in 2002)
  • The work The Way of Wisdom: Essays in Honor of Bruce K. Waltke, published by Zondervan in 2000 and edited by J. I. Packer and Sven K. Soderlund, honors Dr. Waltke’s countless contributions to Christian scholarship.