Daniel Streett, PhD

Associate Professor of Theology


  • PhD, Early Judaism, Durham University (ABD)
  • PhD, Biblical Studies, Southeastern Seminary
  • MAR, Biblical Studies, Yale University Divinity School
  • BA, Biblical Studies, Criswell College

Courses Taught

  • New Testament Survey
  • Old Testament Survey

Teaching Focus

Dr. Streett’s primary research and teaching interests are early Jewish esotericism and apocalypticism, the Johannine literature, Hebrews, and Greek pedagogy. He is currently writing on the reception of the Jewish festivals in early Judaism. He is active in the Society of Biblical Literature and serves on the steering committee for the SBL group, Applied Linguistics for Biblical Languages, which explores the application of modern second language acquisition theory to the teaching of Greek and Hebrew.


  • ‘They Went Out From Us’: The Identity of the Opponents in First John. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche 177. Berlin: Walter DeGruyter, 2011. Xviii, 462pp.
  • “Philemon.” Pages 182–85 in Theological Interpretation of the New Testament: A Book-by-Book Survey, eds. Kevin Vanhoozer, Daniel Treier, and N. T. Wright. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008.
  • “As it was in the Days of Noah: The Prophets’ Typological Interpretation of Noah’s Flood.” Criswell Theological Review n.s. 5/1 (Fall, 2007): 33–51.
  • “Philemon.” Pages 586–88 in Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of Scripture, eds. N. T. Wright and Kevin J. Vanhoozer. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2005.
  • Numerous book reviews
  • Dr. Streett blogs regularly about Biblical Studies at ΚΑΙ ΤΑ ΛΟΙΠΑ (http://www.danielstreett.com)

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