John DelHousaye, PhD
Dr. John DelHousaye joined the faculty of Phoenix Seminary in 2001 and predominantly teaches the books and language of the New Testament. Dr. DelHousaye serves the local church through preaching and teaching, as well as through the development of discipleship materials. His academic interests include Jesus, Judaism, the Church Fathers and Mothers, gender, justice, non-Western expressions of Christianity, and spiritual formation. He has taught at Seminario Evangelico de Lima and Arizona Christian University, also serving on the Advisory Council for Hope Women’s Center in Phoenix.
Fuller Theological Seminary, PhD, ThM
Phoenix Seminary, MDiv
Arizona State University, BA
Articles & Chapters
“John’s Baptist in Luke’s Gospel,” in Christian Origins and the Establishment of the Early Jesus Movement. Edited by Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts. Texts and Editions for New Testament Study 12. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
“‘It will not be taken from her’: Jesus’ Inclusion of Women in His Circle of Disciples,” Mutuality 13 (2006).
“Praying with Kavanah: Watching Christ from Death to Glory,” Journal of Spiritual Formation & Soul Care 2 (2009).
“Who are the Women Prophets in the Bible?” Mutuality 16 (2009).
“Jewish Groups at the Time of Jesus,” in Understanding the Big Picture of the Bible: A Guide to Reading the Bible Well. Edited by Wayne Grudem, C. John Collins, and Thomas R. Schreiner. Wheaton: Crossway, 2012.