Michael Grisanti

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Professor of Old Testament, Director of TMS Israel Studies

B.A., Pillsbury Baptist Bible College
M.Div., Central Baptist Theological Seminary
Th.M., Central Baptist Theological Seminary
Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary

Before coming to TMS, Dr. Grisanti taught at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Plymouth, MN. His scholarly interests include Deuteronomy, Old Testament theology, biblical ethics, the prophets, and the history of Israel. His numerous ministry involvements have allowed him to travel the world.

Publications:
Contributed to the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis
Contributed to The Baker Illustrated Bible Handbook
Contributed to Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Contributed to Bible Knowledge Key Word Study
The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Deuteronomy
Teach the Text, Deuteronomy
Co-authored The World and the Word: An Introduction to the OT
Editor or co-editor of The Bible Version Debate: The Perspectives of Central Baptist Theological Seminary and Giving the Sense: Understanding and Using Old Testament Historical Texts

Posts by Michael Grisanti

Personhood and the Abortion Dilemma

Michael Grisanti | October 6, 2015

From a biblical standpoint, when should an unborn baby be considered a ‘person’? Though pro-abortion advocates argue that personhood does not begin until birth, the Bible recognizes no essential difference between the personhood of a child in the womb and that same child after he or she is born. In other words, Scripture regards the individual as a […]

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