D. Jeffrey Bingham

Dean of the School of Theology
Professor of Theology

D. Jeffrey Bingham

Contact

817-923-1921

jbingham@swbts.edu

Education

B.B.A.,New Mexico State University; Th.M. and Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary


D. Jeffrey Bingham completed the B.B.A. at New Mexico State University and the Th.M. and Ph.D. at Dallas Theological Seminary. He has extensive administrative and teaching experience, serving in a variety of roles at Criswell College, Dallas Theological Seminary, Southwestern, and, most recently, as associate dean of biblical and theological studies and professor of theology at Wheaton College. Bingham has held a number of offices in scholarly societies.  He currently serves as the immediate past president of the North American Patristics Society (2018-2020). Bingham has written a number of publications in the area of patristics and the history of the reception and interpretation of the Bible.

He is married to Pamela.




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