Daniel Bailey

Adjunct Professor of New Testament and Greek


Ph.D. Cambridge University, 1999


He has been teaching Greek, New Testament and Research Methods at Northern since 2002 as well as working with engineering professors at the University of Illinois in Chicago. He is an avid translator of German theology books including The Suffering Servant: Isaiah 53 in Jewish and Christian Sources (Janowski and Stuhlmacher) and Ancient Letters and the New Testament (H. J. Klauck). His research interests include the book of Romans, Pauline theology, Biblical theology, the doctrine of atonement, Greek linguistics and lexicography, and German Biblical hermeneutics.


Faculty Profile

Daniel Bailey

Daniel Bailey

Adjunct Professor of New Testament and Greek



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