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James F. Davis is a former faculty member of DTS. This page is maintained as a reference.

James F. Davis

Adjunct Professor in New Testament Studies

BSME, University of Wisconsin, 1985; MDiv, ThM, Capital Bible Seminary 1993; PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2001.

During his PhD program at Dallas Theological Seminary, Dr. Davis began his full time academic ministry by serving for five years on the translation and editorial committee for the Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB). For over 15 years, he has served as a visiting Professor of New Testament Studies at the Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary in Amman Jordan. Since 2003, he has regularly served at differing times as a New Testament professor at Capital Bible Seminary, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and Dallas Theological Seminary. His major areas of research include the Lex Talionis in the New Testament and Early Judaism, and the historical geography of the Bible. Dr. Davis enjoys taking students with little or no knowledge of Greek and helping them to be proficient in reading and using the Greek New Testament.

James F.  Davis
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Academic Interests

  • Koine Greek Grammar and Exegesis
  • New Testament Backgrounds
  • Bible Translation
  • Historical Geography of Bible Lands

Personal Interests

  • Wisconsin Badgers
  • Civil War
  • Economics
  • Chess