Faculty at Cornerstone University

David Turner

Professor of New Testament

Education

Ph.D., Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion (Cincinnati), 2009
M.Phil., Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion (Cincinnati), 2000
Short Term Program, Jerusalem University College (Israel), 1984
Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary, 1982
Th.M., Grace Theological Seminary, 1976
M.Div., Grace Theological Seminary, 1974
B.A., Cedarville University, 1971


Biographical Information

Dr. Turner teaches courses in Biblical Hermeneutics, Greek grammar and exegesis, New Testament, Biblical Theology and book studies. He belongs to the Evangelical Theology Society, the Institute for Biblical Research, and the Society for Biblical Literature.

Select Publications

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  • 2009 | “‘Fulfill the Measure of your Ancestors’ (Matt 23:32): Jesus as the Ultimate Rejected Prophet in the Gospel of Matthew,” (Ph.D. Dissertation, HUC-JIR)
  • 2008 | Matthew, Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (Grand Rapids: Baker). “Jesus’ Denunciation of the Jewish Leaders in Matthew 23 and Witness to Religious Jews Today,” in To the Jew First, ed. D. Bock and M. Glaser (Grand Rapids: Kregel), pp. 66-77.
  • 2006 | Matthew, Cornerstone Biblical Commentary on the NLT (Carol Stream: Tyndale)