Tim Green


Dean, Millard Reed School of Theology & Christian Min.

Professor, Old Testament Theology & Literature

B.A., 1983, Olivet Nazarene University
M.A., 1997, Vanderbilt University
Ph.D., 1997, Vanderbilt University

Teaching at Trevecca since 1991, Tim Green serves as dean of the School of Religion, University chaplain, and professor of Old Testament. Receiving his PhD with honors from Vanderbilt, his emphasis is in cultural-anthropological and literary analyses of Old Testament texts. He is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene and serves on the Beacon Hill Book and Editorial Committees. At Trevecca he has received the Faculty Member of the Year, Teaching Excellence, and McClurkan Awards. He is the author of six books and is completing a commentary on the Minor Prophets. He has contributed to numerous other texts and periodicals. Tim is a frequent speaker in university lecture series and global, regional, and local church events. He has served as guest lecturer and adjunct professor at Nazarene Seminary and European Nazarene College, and he has taught classes in Russia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Jordan, Bulgaria, Romania, and Albania.  


Speaking Engagement Topics

  • A biblical perspective on social justice [Bible Study]
  • A biblical theology of holiness [Theology]
  • A biblical theology of holiness [Bible Study]
  • Narrative-shaped ministry [Ministry]
  • Narrative-shaped ministry [Ministry]
  • Old Testament prophets and the 21st century [Bible Study]
  • Reading the Psalms today [Bible Study]
  • Social Justice: A biblical perspective [Bible Study]
  • The message of the Ten Commandments today [Bible Study]
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