Dr. Nevada DeLapp Instructor in Biblical and Theological Studies
Ph.D., Texas Christian University
M.Div., Calvin Theological Seminary
B.A., Dordt College
In addition to teaching at Northwestern College, Dr. DeLapp serves as the pastor of Calvin Christian Reformed Church in Le Mars, Iowa and as a visiting lecturer of biblical studies at the Cranmer House in Dallas, Texas. He has also taught courses in Hebrew, Greek, biblical theology and the Old Testament at Redeemer Seminary in Dallas. Previous ministry experience includes a position as the young adults minister at Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Theophanic “Type-Scenes” in the Pentateuch: Visions of YHWH. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies vol. 660 (T&T Clark, 2018).
The Reformed David(s) and the Question of Resistance to Tyranny: Reading the Bible in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Scriptural Traces: Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies (T&T Clark, 2014).
“Ezekiel as Moses ¬¬¬¬— Israel as Pharaoh: Reverberations of the Exodus Narrative in Ezekiel.” In Reverberations of the Exodus in Scripture, ed. R. Michael Fox (Pickwick, 2014).
“The Vision of the Surveyor and the Accompanying Oracle: Zechariah 2.5-17” Stromata, Vol. 50 No. 1 (Spring 2009), p. 35-54.
Society of Biblical Literature
Evangelical Theological Society