Dr. Jerry Hullinger completed his theological training at the historical, evangelical institutions of Moody Bible Institute and Dallas Theological Seminary. Upon graduation he served as a pastor and then as a college/seminary professor, and came to Piedmont in the fall of 2009.
His teaching style has been described as theologically and exegetically rich as he brings together the disciplines of theology, biblical studies, church history, and logic to bear as a lens for viewing the current cultural climate. Dr. Hullinger is a staunch supporter of sola scriptura as he drives his students to think for themselves, sometimes with a touch of sarcasm, and find validation for their beliefs through an objective handling of Scripture. Dr. Hullinger is consistently recognized as one of Piedmont’s favorite professors.
In addition to his teaching duties, Dr. Hullinger regularly chairs Ph.D.dissertation committees and through Piedmont’s innovative, graduate-level e4-12 program, his lectures on hermeneutics and New Testament studies are watched in churches across the United States and in countries around the world. He and his wife are the parents of two married children. He enjoys eating out and is an avid Chicago sports fan.
Old & New Testament Survey
New Testament Studies
Life of Christ
From Ezra to Gnostic Devotions: The Importance of Interpretive Method. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016.
New Testament Life and Belief: A Study of History, Culture, and Meaning. Piedmont International University, 2014.
Contributor. “The Realization of Ezekiel’s Temple,” in Dispensationalism: Tomorrow and Beyond. Tyndale Seminary Press, 2008.
"From Clarity to Proclamation: Twenty Theses on Scripture's Perspicuity," Aletheias 4:1 (Spring, 2019): 1-20.
"Dispensational Thought: A Review Article," Journal of Dispensational Theology 22:64 (Spring, 2018):75-92.
"The Creation Account: A Review Article," Journal of Dispensational Theology 20:60 (Summer/Fall 2016): 181-190.
"The Terminus a Quo of the Day of the Lord: The Deciding Argument for Pretribulationalism," The Journal of Ministry and Theology19:2 (Fall, 2015): 69-116.
"The Compatibility of the New Covenant and Future Animal Sacrifice," Journal of Dispensational Theology (Spring, 2013): 47-66.
"The Egyptian Religious Background of Pharaoh's Hard Heart," Journal of Dispensational Theology 16:47 (April, 2012): 23-40.
"The Function of the Sacrifices in Ezekiel's Temple, Part 2,” Bibliotheca Sacra (April, 2010): 166-179.
"The Function of the Sacrifices in Ezekiel's Temple," Part 1 Bibliotheca Sacra (January, 2010): 40-57.
"Two Atonement Realms: Reconciling Sacrifice in Ezekiel and Hebrews," Journal of Dispensational Theology 32 (2007): 33-63.
"The Divine Presence and Uncleanness: The Rationale for Ezekiel's Millennial Sacrifices," Bibliotheca Sacra 652 (2006): 405-422.
"The Contribution of the Transfiguration to a Literal View of the Kingdom," The Journal of Ministry Theology 2 (2004): 87-108.
"The Historical Background of Paul's Athletic Allusions," Bibliotheca Sacra 643 (2004): 343-359.
"The Problem of Animal Sacrifices in Ezekiel 40-48," Bibliotheca Sacra 607 (1995): 279-289.
Do You Understand What You Are Reading? A Hermeneutics Workbook (Piedmont International University, 2013).
New Testament Studies (Piedmont International University, 2014).
“Review of ‘MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto.’” Journal of Dispensational Theology 39 (2009): 84-90.
"Review of: ‘Is Rome the True Church? A Consideration of the Roman Catholic Claim.’" Journal of Dispensational Theology 39 (2009): 90-93.
Th.D. Doctor of Theology, dissertation: “A Proposed Solution to the Problem of Animal Sacrifices in Ezekiel 40-48.” Dallas Theological Seminary, 1993.
Th.M. Master of Theology, thesis: “Dispensational Problems in the Matthean Beatitudes.” Dallas Theological Seminary, 1988.
The 1024 Project
Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics