Nathan D. Holsteen
Associate Professor of Theological Studies
BS, Louisiana State University, 1983; ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1992; PhD, University of Aberdeen, 1996.
Dr. Holsteen has worked full-time in engineering and in ministry, and also has served as adjunct professor for The Criswell College and for Dallas Seminary before joining the faculty in 2005. He particularly is interested in encouraging students to be fully engaged in the world outside the seminary walls, and loves to discuss the development of theological systems, especially in Reformation and post-Reformation contexts. He and his wife, Janice, have two children.
- TODD 107
- HT101 - The Church to the Modern Era
- RS102 - Research and Summary of Christian Doctrine
- ST101 - Introduction to Theology
- ST102 - Trinitarianism
- ST106 - Eschatology
- ST295 - Systematic Theology Colloquium
- ST103 - Angelology, Anthropology, and Hamartiology
- ST104 - Soteriology
- ST315 - Theology of Hebrews
- Exploring Christian Theology: Creation, Fall, and Salvation: Bethany House Publishers: 2015
- Exploring Christian Theology: Revelation, Scripture, and the Triune God: Bethany House Publishers: 2014
- Exploring Christian Theology: The Church, Spiritual Growth, and the End Times: Bethany House Publishers: 2014
- Exploring Christian Theology: The Church, Spiritual Growth, and the End Times Bethany House Publishers: 2014
- Exploring Christian Theology: Revelation, Scripture, and the Triune God Bethany House Publishers: 2014
- Holsteen, Nathan D., "The Trinity in the Book of Hebrews." Bibliotheca Sacra 168, no. 671 (2011). 334-346.
- Holsteen, Nathan D., "Review of Nothing but the Truth: The Inspiration, Authority, and History of the Bible Explained." Bibliotheca Sacra 165, no. 657 (2008). 101-102.
- Holsteen, Nathan D., "Review of Across the Spectrum: Understanding Issues in Evangelical Theology." Bibliotheca Sacra 164, no. 655 (2007). 364-365.
- Reformation / post-Reformation Scottish theology
- Theological systems
- Foundations of dispensationalism
- Theological prolegomena
- Personal computing