Robert Bernard

Professor of Modern Languages, Director of Modern Languages Studies Programs, and Chair of the Philosophy and Ethics Division


  • Scholar-in-Residence, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1987-88
  • Ph.D. Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., 1984
  • M.Div. Princeton Theological University, Princeton, N.J., 1979
  • B.A. Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., 1969

Church Membership

  • Christ the King (SBC), Fort Worth, Texas

Ministry Experience

  • Teacher in Latin, Japanese, and U.S. History, Harris County High School, Hamilton, Ga., 1991-92
  • Lecturer/Adjunct in philosophy and early Christianity, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 1989-91
  • Adjunct professor in Latin, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, 1989-91
  • Adjunct professor in Greek Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, 1988-91
  • Adjunct professor in Old Testament, Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas, July-August 1990
  • Adjunct professor in ancient mythology, Texas Women’s University, Denton, Texas, January-May 1989
  • Instructor in Latin and Ancient History, Stuart Country Day School, Princeton, New Jersey, 1985-87
  • Research Assistant, Revised Standard Version Bible Committee, 1984-87
  • Instructor in Hebrew, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, N.J., 1981-82


  • North American Patristics Society
  • American Society of Church History


  • Assisted in preparation of Greek to Me , by Cullen I. K. Story and J. Lyle Story
  • “The Rhetoric of God in the Figurative Exegesis of Augustine of Hippo,” Biblical Hermeneutics in Historical Perspective; Studies in Honor of Karlfried Froehlich , ed. Mark S. Burrows and Paul Rorem
  • “The Hermeneutics of Early Church Fathers,” Biblical Hermeneutics: A Comprehensive Introduction to Interpreting Scripture, 2nd Edition, Broadman Press, 90-100.
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