Joseph Cathey

Professor of Biblical Languages and Literature
Dr. Cathey has been involved in higher theological education for over a quarter of a century. He is actively involved in the scholastic guild within his disciplines (Old and New Testament), both regionally and nationally. He has also written and presented with learned societies such as Society of Biblical Literature, Evangelical Theological Society, National Association for Professors of Hebrew, Institute of Biblical Research, and American Schools for Oriental Research. Additionally, he has served as an archaeologist at Tel Gezer in Israel.

Experienced Technical Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the religious institutions industry. Skilled in classical biblical languages (teaching and application), Hebrew Bible/Greek New Testament, Syro-Palestinian Archaeology, Research, Discipleship, Preaching, and Writing. Strong academic with post-graduate study focused in Archeology from University of Leicester.

Doctor of Philosophy Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and Archaeology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX (2003). Pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy New Testament/Greek and Hermeneutics from B. H. Carroll Theological Institute, Irving, TX.

Teaching fellow and assistant professor in the Department of Old Testament at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (1998-2007). Adjunct professor at Dallas Baptist University (2002-2017) and Guest professor with the International Theological Seminary in Tanzania, Africa (Summer 2000).