Donald E. Hartley
Doctor of Philosophy in New Testament Studies/Dallas Theological Seminary
Master of Theology in Academic Ministries/Dallas Theological Seminary
Master of Arts in Biblical Studies/Tampa Bay Theological Seminary
Bachelor of Religious Studies Education/St. Petersburg Theological Seminary
“Learning is in many ways a struggle with a purpose. A personal relationship with students is important and offering encouraging words and remarks go a long way in helping to bring the student into conformity with Christ and to a successful academic conclusion. Finally, I believe in fervent prayer for one’s students. Naming them before God who has the power to open the eyes of enlightenment is the highest privilege and honor that a teacher may possess.” Don Hartley, April 24, 2008
The Wisdom Background and Parabolic Implications of Isaiah 6:9-10 in the Synoptics. Studies in Biblical Literature, ed. Hemchand Gossai, vol. 100. New York: Lang, 2006.
Revisiting the Colwell Construction in Light of Mass/Count Nouns. Foundation for Biblical Studies, 1998. Available from http://www.bible.org/page.php?page_id=1812
“2 Corinthians 4:4: A Case for Yahweh as the ‘God of This Age’.” Apologetics Journal 1 (2005). Online: http://rdtwot.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/2cor-44.pdf database.
“Hebrews 11:6: A Reassessment of the Translation ‘God Exists’.” Trinity Journal 27 (2006): 289-307.
“The Implications of the Fall: Romans 5:12.” Areopagus Journal 9 (2009): 14-21.
“Destined to Disobey? Isaiah 6:10 in John 12:37-41.” Calvin Theological Journal 44 (2009): 263-287.
“Isaiah, the Man.” In Lexham Bible Dictionary, edited by John D. Barry: Logos Bible Software, 2012.
“What Is the Future of Ultra-dispensationalism?” Areopagus Journal 11 (2011): 8-15, 34-38.
“How to Get the Most out of the Bible,” Christian Bible Studies: Digital Magazine, http://christianitytoday.imirus.com/Mpowered/book/vcbs12/i1/p1 .
Don and his wife Melissa have one son, Josh, and reside in Helena.