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Robert E. Picirilli

Robert E. Picirilli has a master’s degree in Theology and a Ph.D. in New Testament, with a focus on the Greek text. He taught Greek, New Testament interpretation, and introductory philosophy for nearly 50 years and is now retired as Professor Emeritus at Free Will Baptist Bible College (Nashville, Tennessee), where he also served as Registrar and Academic Dean. Current research interests include verbal aspect theory and the use of participles in Mark and Luke, exploring issues of classification, aspect, time, and Aktionsart. He continues as general editor of the Randall House Bible Commentary series on the New Testament.

Authored Books and Monographs

Paul the Apostle. Chicago: Moody, 1986

1, 2 Corinthians. RHBC. Nashville: Randall House, 1987

The NKJV Greek English Interlinear New Testament. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1994

Grace, Faith, Free Will / Contrasting Views of Salvation: Calvinism & Arminianism. Nashville: Randall House, 2002

The Gospel of Mark. RHBC. Nashville: Randall House, 2003

Parts of Volumes

‘Commentary on the Books of Ephesians and Philippians.’ Galatians through Colossians. RHBC. Nashville: Randall House, 1988:

‘Commentary on the Books of 1 and 2 Thessalonians.’ 1 Thessalonians through Philemon. RHBC. Nashville: Randall House, 1990:

‘Commentary on the Books of 1 and 2 Peter.’ James, 1, 2 Peter and Jude. RHBC. Nashville: Randall House, 1992:

Articles in Journals and Periodicals

‘The Meaning of Epignosis.’ EQ 57:2 (1975) 85-93

‘Allusions to 2 Peter in the Apostolic Fathers.’ JSNT 33 (1988) 57-83

‘Arminius and the Deity of Christ.’ EQ 70:1 (1998) 51-59

‘Foreknowledge, Freedom, and the Future.’ JETS 43 (2000) 259-71

‘An Arminian Response to John Sanders’s The God Who Risks: A Theology of Providence.’ JETS 44/3 (2001) 467-91

‘Hell in the New Testament.’ Integrity 2 (2003) 55-83