About Dr. Steven Anderson

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I am a career Bible scholar, teacher, and author, with three seminary degrees. My Ph.D. is from Dallas Theological Seminary. Some of the places where I have taught or worked include Capital Bible Seminary, Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary, Washington Bible College, BibleWorks, and Bibles International. My current projects include:

  1. I have written several books, with more in progress. Check my website for free pdf downloads of my Interpretive Guide to the Bible and volumes that have been translated into Spanish as Guía interpretativa para la Biblia. One of my most popular books is my published dissertation on Darius the Mede; see this post for more information. See my Amazon author page for print copies. I am also writing a commentary on the book of Revelation.
  2. I work for BiblePlaces.com, where I have created most of the first drafts for the Photo Companion to the Bible.

My undergraduate degree is in Political Science, and my sister works in the news business, which gives me an interest in current events and their relation to the Bible.

My aim in this blog is to share insights from my studies, as well as to try to give a biblical Christian perspective on current events.

For more information, visit my website, my LinkedIn page, my Academia.edu page, or my Facebook page.

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5 thoughts on “About Dr. Steven Anderson”

  1. CJ Spencer-Bentley said:

    Delighted to find your site after searching for material on the authenticity of the book of Daniel. I look forward to reading and learning from your material. The Lord bless and keep you.

  2. nwarren73 said:

    Came here on a link to understand why Aramaic is in the bible, thank you for the explanation. Love all the greats from DTS! Adding you to my study resources!

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