President & Chancellor Professor, Pastoral Ministry
Dr. Darryl DelHousaye is the Chief Executive Officer of the Seminary. He is responsible for the spiritual care of the students, faculty and staff; the overall status of the academic programs, as well as the proper development and stewardship of the resources of the Seminary
Dr. DelHousaye pastored in California before coming to Arizona in 1981. He was Senior Pastor at Scottsdale Bible Church for 25 years and president of Phoenix Seminary for the last eight years. He is the author of Today for Eternity and the study notes for Acts in the Nelson’s New King James Study Bible.
W. Bingham Hunter, PhD
Executive Vice President Provost/Chief Operating Officer Professor, Biblical Studies & Prayer
Dr. W. Bingham Hunter serves as Executive Vice President and Provost of the Seminary. He oversees the Academic and Operational activities of the Seminary and previously served as Academic Vice President and Dean.
Prior to coming to the Seminary in 2007, Dr. Hunter served as Professor and Academic Dean of Talbot School of Theology; Professor, Sr. Vice President of Education and Academic Dean at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and has been an adjunct faculty member at the Associated Canadian Theological Seminary (ACTS), Western Seminary, Rosemead School of Psychology and Fuller Theological Seminary. He has been a visiting scholar at Cambridge University and the University of Strasbourg. He is ordained by the Evangelical Free Church of America, has served as a pastor in a multi-site megachurch, and ministered as an evangelist/Field Representative for World Wide Pictures, a division of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
Brian Arnold, PhD
Academic Dean Assistant Professor, Theology
Dr. Brian Arnold is the Academic Dean at Phoenix Seminary. He is responsible for the recruitment and leadership of the faculty and oversees academic programs, curricula, licensing, accreditation, assessment, academic records, and the Library. He also teaches in Systematic Theology and Church History.
Before joining the Phoenix Seminary faculty in 2015, Dr. Arnold served as the Pastor of Smithland First Baptist Church in Smithland, Kentucky, and before that, he worked for nearly a decade as a paramedic. Dr. Arnold earned his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2013) and has authored two books, Justification in the Second Century (de Gruyter; Baylor University Press) and Cyprian of Carthage: His Life and Impact (Christian Focus), and a number of journal articles and book reviews. He has been married to Lauren since 2007 and has two children, Jameson and Natalie.