Resident Faculty

Clint J. Banz

ClintRegistrar, Associate Dean, Library Director, and Professor
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B.A., Pillsbury Baptist Bible College; M.Div., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; M.S., Drexel University; Th.M., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary.

Librarian and professor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 1987-2003. Library Director, Northwest Baptist Seminary, 2003-2010. Academic Dean, Northwest Baptist Seminary, 2008-2010.  Adjunct Professor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 2003-2010.

Douglas P. Finkbeiner

Professor of New Testament and Pastoral Theology
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B.S., Bob Jones University; M.Div., Th.M., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; D.Min., Denver Seminary; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; Certificate in Pastoral Counseling, Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation. Studies at Westminster Theological Seminary, Dallas Theological Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary, Talbot School of Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and American Institute of Holy Land Studies in Israel. Post-graduate studies in Early Judaism at University of Pennsylvania.

Pastoral ministry, 13 years. Director, Calvary Bible Institute, 1987-1997. Adjunct teacher, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 1992-1997. Professor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 1997-present.

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Samuel L. Harbin

President, Chair and Professor of Pastoral Theology
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B.A., Indiana Baptist College; M.Div., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; D.Min., Dallas Theological Seminary; Certification in National Association of Nouthetic Counselors.

Pastoral ministry, 11 years. Chaplain and Professor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 1995-2006. President, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 2006-present.

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Timothy R. Jordan

Chancellor, Professor of Pastoral Theology
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B.A., Pillsbury Baptist Bible College; M.Div., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; D.Min., Westminster Theological Seminary.

Pastoral ministry, 27 years. Instructor, Calvary Bible Institute, 1976-present. Professor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 1983-present. President, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 1986-2002. Chancellor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 2002-present.

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Charles E. McLain

Chair and Professor of Old Testament
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B.A., Pillsbury Baptist Bible College; M.Div., Th.M., Central Baptist Theological Seminary of Minneapolis; M.A., Dropsie College; Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary. Studies at the Jerusalem Center in Israel.

Pastoral ministry, 4 years. Instructor, Berean Bible Institute, 1978-1979. Professor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 1983-present.

Published work:

  • "Daniel's Prayer in Chapter 9," Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal: Studies in Honor of Rolland D. McCune 9 (2004): 265-301.
  • "Standing Between God and Culture: 'Heedership' or Leadership?" CBTJ 13:2 (Fall 1997).
  • "Did Christ Defend the Status Quo? An Examination of Mark 14:7," CBTJ 13:1 (Spring 1997).
  • "Toward a Theology of Language," CBTJ 12:1/2 (Spring/Fall 1996).
  • "Variants: Villainous or Validating," CBTJ 12:1/2 (Spring/Fall 1996).
  • "The Function of the Preposition Beth in Psalm 119:89," CBTJ 12:1/2 (Spring/Fall 1996).
  • "The Sage and the Seductress: Part II: An Exegetical Study," CBTJ 8:2 (Fall 1992).
  • "The Sage and the Seductress: Part I: A Background Study," CBTJ 8:1 (Spring 1992).
  • "A Comparison of Ancient and Medieval Jewish Interpretations of the Suffering Servant in Isaiah," CBTJ 6:2 (Fall 1990).
  • "The Centrality of Preaching," CBTJ 3:2 (Fall 1987).
  • "Use of the Old Testament in John 12:13-15," CBTJ 3:1 (Spring 1987).
  • "Israel's Relation to the Church," CBTJ 2:2 (Fall 1986).
  • "Israel During the Church Age," CBTJ 2:1 (Spring 1986).

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Peter T. Radford

Assistant Professor of Old Testament
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B.A., Bob Jones University; M.Div., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; Th.M., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; PhD (in progress), Temple University. Additional studies at Westminster Theological Seminary and Biblical Theological Seminary.

Pastoral ministry and missions, 10 years. Professor, Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, 2006-present.

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