Dr. Jerry Hullinger

Jerry HullingerBio
Dr. Jerry Hullinger was born and raised in Illinois.  Feeling the call of God to study Scripture, he did his undergraduate work at Moody Bible Institute and Colorado Christian University.  He then earned his Master of Theology and Doctor of Theology degrees at Dallas Theological Seminary.  For thirteen years prior to coming to Piedmont, he served as a pastor and a college/seminary professor. He loves good commentaries, the Reformation, Dispensational Theology, the Chicago Bears, and eating out.

Education
Diploma Moody Bible Institute
B.B.S. Colorado Christian University
Th.M. Dallas Theological Seminary
Th.D. Dallas Theological Seminary

Articles
“The Compatibility of the New Covenant and Future Animal Sacrifice” Journal of Dispensational Theology (Spring, 2013)
"The Egyptian Religious Background of Pharaoh's Hard Heart" Journal of Dispensational Theology 16:47 (April, 2012)
“The Function of the Sacrifices in Ezekiel’s Temple, Part 2” Bibliotheca Sacra (April, 2010)
“The Function of the Sacrifices in Ezekiel’s Temple, Part 1” Bibliotheca Sacra (January, 2010)
“Two Atonement Realms: Reconciling Sacrifice in Ezekiel and Hebrews,” Journal of Dispensational Theology 32 (2007)
“The Divine Presence and Uncleanness: The Rationale for Ezekiel’s Millennial Sacrifices,” Bibliotheca Sacra 652 (2006)
“The Contribution of the Transfiguration to a Literal View of the Kingdom,” The Journal of Ministry & Theology 2 (2004)
“The Historical Background of Paul’s Athletic Allusions,” Bibliotheca Sacra 643 (2004)
“The Problem of Animal Sacrifices in Ezekiel 40-48,” Bibliotheca Sacra 607 (1995)

Books
Contributor. “The Realization of Ezekiel’s Temple,” in Dispensationalism: Tomorrow and Beyond. Tyndale Seminary Press, 2008.

Reviews
“Review of ‘MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto.’”  Journal of Dispensational Theology 39 (2009)
"Review of 'Is Rome the True Church? A Consideration of the Roman Catholic Claim.'" Journal of Dispensational Theology 39 (2009)

Associations
Evangelical Theological Society
Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics

Contact Dr. Hullinger
Email
: hullingerj@piedmontu.edu

Phone: 336-714-7973
Office: Deeds Hall (Third Floor)