Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry
After a career in health care management, Dr. Tom Keiser returned to school and obtained a Th.M. and Ph.D. at Dallas Theological Seminary with a concentration in biblical languages. He joined Regent University in 2014 after serving seven years as Associate Professor of Biblical Languages and Exegesis at Virginia Beach Theological Seminary. Keiser now serves an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry in the College of Arts & Sciences and focuses his attention on Old Testament and related studies.
Genesis 1–11: Its Literary Coherence and Theological Message. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2013.
“The Song of Moses: A Basis for Isaiah’s Prophecy,” Vetus Testamentum 55 (2005): 486-500
“The Divine Plural: A Literary-Contextual Argument for Plurality in the Godhead,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 34 (2009). 131–46
“Lamentations: A Theological Overview,” Grace and Truth Magazine 70 (Sep, 2003): 12-16
“The Book of Ruth: The Story of Naomi,” Grace and Truth Magazine 71 (Jun, 2004): 13-17
“The Psalms of Lament,” Grace and Truth Magazine, 73 (Jun 2006): 9–13
“Haggai: A Matter of Priorities
Evangelical Theological Society, 2001 – present
Society of Biblical Literature, 2010 – present
American Schools of Oriental Research, 2014 – present