David Klinger assistant professor at Dallas Theological Seminary
David Klinger Assistant Professor At Dallas Theological Seminary, John Yeo, a PCA Minister, is the third new faculty member. He will serve as assistant professor of Old Testament. Yeo holds an MA from Westminster West, a ThM from Fuller, and a Ph.D. from St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto. He currently serves as a professor and Academic Dean at RTS Atlanta.
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s trustees elected and promoted several faculty members, including a former NFL quarterback, during their mid-April spring meeting.
David Klingler, former University of Houston standout who finished fifth in the 1990 Heisman Trophy vote, was among three elected to the seminary’s faculty. He was a five-year quarterback with the Cincinnati Bengals and Oakland Raiders
Klingler, the sixth pick overall in the 1992 NFL Draft, was elected as assistant professor of biblical studies at Southwestern’s Havard School of Theological Studies in Houston. He taught at the campus as an adjunct professor from 2008-10 and has served as executive director and assistant professor of Old Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary’s Houston campus from 2010 to present.
Klingler received his Ph.D. from DTS in 2010 and has served in ministry positions at Redeemer Community Church in Katy, Texas, as well as Second Baptist Church in Houston.
Trustees also elected John Massey as associate professor of missions in the Roy Fish School of Evangelism and Missions. Massey, who graduated with his Ph.D. from Southwestern in 2000, has served as a team strategy leader in southern Malaysia and Singapore with the International Mission Board and as a chaplain in the U.S. Air Force Reserves with the North American Mission Board.