William W. Klein


Dr. William W. Klein

E-mailbill.klein@denverseminary.edu
Address6399 South Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
Phone303-761-2482
Webhttp://www.denverseminary.edu/about-us/our-faculty/faculty-travel-schedule/#bill-klein

Professor of New Testament, Denver (Conservative Baptist) Seminary

Ph.D., University of Aberdeen (Scotland),
M.Div., Denver Seminary,
B.S., Wheaton College,

Dr. William Klein joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in 1978. He is professor of New Testament and chairs the division of biblical studies. He also served as associate academic dean from 1994 until 2001. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, Society of Biblical Literature, Institute for Biblical Research, and Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical Research.

Dr. Klein earned a Ph.D. from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, an M.Div. from Denver Seminary, and a B.S. from Wheaton College.

He served Calvary Baptist Church in California as associate pastor, was an elder in two local churches in Denver, and is now part of an urban church plant: Ecclesia-Denver.

Dr. Klein has written articles for biblical dictionaries and encyclopedias, and has published chapters or essays in several books and Festschrifts. He has published articles in Decision, Small Group Letter, and Moody Magazine. Other articles and reviews have appeared in such journals as New Testament Studies, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Westminster Theological Journal, Themelios, Trinity Journal, Ashland Theological Journal, Religious Studies Review, Scottish Journal of Theology, and Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin. He has written The New Chosen People: A Corporate View of Election and The Book of Ephesians: An Annotated Bibliography. He edited and was the major contributor to An Introduction to Biblical Interpretation and has consulted on several Bible versions, serving as chief exegetical consultant for the New Testament portion of The Message. He is the author of “Ephesians” in the revised edition of the Expositor’s Bible Commentary; Become What You Are: Spiritual Formation According to the Sermon on the Mount; the notes on “Ephesians” and “Romans” in the Apologetics Study Bible; and the Handbook for Personal Bible Study.

Areas of Interest

New Testament;



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