Dave Fredrickson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Theology
“God loves us! He wants every believer to be fortified with the timeless principles that guarantee success (as God defines it) in life and ministry. I love theology because it is devoted to ferreting out those principles and making them powerfully relevant to today.”
- Ph.D., Baptist Bible Seminary
- Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
- B.A., UCLA
Further Ministry Experience
- 21 years, full-time ministry in churches of 1,000-5,000: Small Groups Pastor, Executive Pastor
- 11 years, Reserve Air Force Chaplain
Recent Published Work
- Paper: “The Usefulness of Speech Act Theory for Interpreting Matthew 5:38–42,” presented at Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics, fall 2010, Clarks Summit, PA
- Journal article: “Which are the New Covenant Passages in the Old Testament?—Part I and II”, Journal of Ministry and Theology 14, no. 2 (fall, 2010) and 15, no. 1 (spring, 2010)
- Paper: “Which are the New Covenant Passages in the Old Testament?”, presented at Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics, fall 2009, Clarks Summit, PA
- Paper: “Contributions of Speech Act Theory to the Defense of Biblical Inerrancy,” presented at Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics, fall 2009, Clarks Summit, PA
- Book: “Is the ‘Servant-Covenant’ of Isaiah the New Covenant? An Evangelical Study." London: Edwin Mellen Press, 2015.