Distinguished Visiting Professor of Old Testament Senior Research Fellow at the Text & Canon Institute
Dr. Peter Gentry joined the Phoenix Seminary team in 2021 as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Old Testament and Senior Research Fellow of the Text & Canon Institute. Dr. Gentry taught formerly at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for twenty-two years (1999–2021) and previously at Toronto Baptist Seminary for fifteen years (1984–1999). He is the author of numerous books and articles related to biblical interpretation and the textual history of the Old Testament. Dr. Gentry teaches courses in the biblical languages, exegesis, and biblical theology. Currently, he is writing a commentary on Isaiah for the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the Old Testament series and providing leadership to the Hexapla Institute. For the Text & Canon Institute, Dr. Gentry will continue to research, present, and publish on the Bible’s history. When he’s not teaching and writing, Dr. Gentry is gazing at the stars through his telescope, listening to classical music, reading to his grandchildren, or continuing to learn some new subject.
B.A., University of Toronto M.A., University of Toronto Ph.D., University of Toronto Graduate Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary