Barrington College, B.A.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, MA
University of Chicago, Ph.D.
NEH Post-Doctoral Fellowship, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
About Dr. Currid
Dr. Currid has been part of the RTS Faculty for 30 years, having served as Chair of the Biblical Studies Division in Jackson, Professor of Old Testament in Charlotte, and as Chancellor’s Professor of Old Testament. Prior to coming to RTS, he served as Associate Professor of Religion at Grove City College. He is a trained archaeologist, having served on the staffs of the evacuations of Carthage (Tunisia), Bethsaida, Tell el-Hesi, and the Lahav Grain Storage Project (director). He lectures and preaches in many countries including Russia, Ukraine, Great Britain, Australia, and Brazil. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America, Dr. Currid has served several churches throughout his career.
- ESV Archaeology Study Bible (Senior Editor, Crossway, 2017)
- Ecclesiastes: A Quest for Meaning? (Evangelical Press, 2015)
- Against the Gods (Crossway, 2013)
- Ruth: From Bitter to Sweet (Evangelical Press, 2012)
- Strong and Courageous: Joshua (Evangelical Press, 2011)
- Crossway ESV Bible Atlas (Crossway, 2010)
- Genesis: EP Study Commentary, Vol. 1 (Evangelical Press, 2000)
- Genesis-Deuteronomy, 7 vols. (Evangelical Press, 2000-2009)
- Calvin and the Biblical Languages (Christian Focus, 2006)
- Why Do I Suffer? Suffering and the Sovereignty of God (Christian Focus, 2004)
- Doing Archaeology in the Land of the Bible (Baker, 1999)
- Ancient Egypt and the Old Testament (Baker, 1997)