Rev. Dr. Norman A. Beck

Norman Beck

Title: Professor of Theology and Classical Languages
Company: Texas Lutheran University
Location: Seguin, Texas, United States

Rev. Dr. Norman A. Beck, Professor of Theology and Classical Languages at Texas Lutheran University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in theological education.

Ordained to ministry by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1966, Dr. Beck is a distinguished theologian and educator who has been serving Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas, as a professor of theology and classical languages since 1975. Prior to his appointment at Texas Lutheran University, he served as a pastor at the King of Kings Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for five years and at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Monroe, Michigan, for four years. At the inception of his career, he was an instructor at Capital University for a total of three years and at the Princeton Theological Seminary for one year. During his career, he has particularly focused his research on Jewish-Christian dialogue and Jewish-Christian relations.

Drawing upon a Bachelor of Arts from Capital University, a Bachelor of Divinity from the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Columbus, Ohio, and a Doctor of Philosophy from Princeton Theological Seminary, Dr. Beck also holds a Doctor of Divinity from the Trinity Lutheran Seminary. Throughout his career, he has authored several texts regarding Christianity and the New Testament, including “Anti-Roman Cryptograms in the New Testament” in 2010. He has remained active with the Society of Biblical Literature, the American Academy of Religion and the Association of Church Teachers, among other prominent organizations. As a testament to his success, Dr. Beck received a Distinguished Faculty Award from the Texas Lutheran College Alumni Association in 1982 and an NIE Stevens Piper Foundation Award in 1992.

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