B.I.E., Georgia Institute of Technology; Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary
Don Howell and his wife Melissa served fifteen years (1979-94) in pioneer church planting and theological education in Japan with OMF International. He joined the Seminary faculty full time in 1995, first as Assistant Dean (1995-98), since then as full time teacher in New Testament studies. Since joining the faculty, Don has had short term opportunities to teach in Latin America, Eastern Europe, China, and Micronesia.
Dr. Howell has written two books on the biblical concept of the servant/Servant (see below) and articles for various periodicals including Trinity Journal, Bibliotheca Sacra and Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. He has also contributed chapters on Pauline theology and missiology for two books in the Evangelical Missiological Society Series and for the CBS faculty publication, Missions in the New Testament. He is a member of the Evangelical Missiological Society and the Evangelical Theological Society. Dr. Howell is an ordained Baptist minister and presently attends Lexington Baptist Church. He is active in ministry to international students. The Howells have two grown children, Michelle and Eric. He enjoys jogging, golf, tennis, and playing his guitar.
B.I.E., 1974, Georgia Institute of Technology; Th.M., 1978, Th.D., 1992, Dallas Theological Seminary; pastoral staff, 1978-79, Northside Baptist Church, St. Petersburg, FL; instructor, 1985-86, Hokkaido Bible Institute, Japan; supervisor, 1987-88, Japanese language center of OMF, Sapporo, Japan; church planting with OMF, 1981-88, Atsubetsu, Sapporo, Japan; Associate Professor of New Testament studies, 1990-94, Japan Bible Seminary, Tokyo, Japan; Visiting Research Fellow, Tyndale House, Cambridge, England, 2002, 2007. Columbia International University Seminary and School of Ministry, 1995.