Douglas Jacoby

Douglas Jacoby is an international Bible teacher. After serving as a minister on church staff for 20 years, in London, Birmingham, Sydney, Stockholm, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and Washington DC, Douglas has worked as a freelance teacher and consultant. He has engaged in a number of debates with well-known atheists, imams, and rabbis. Douglas is also an adjunct professor of theology at Lincoln Christian University. Since the late ’90s, Douglas has led annual tours to the biblical world.

With degrees from Drew, Harvard, and Duke, Douglas has written over 30 books, recorded nearly 600 podcasts, and spoken in over 100 universities, and in over 500 cities, in 120 nations around the world. The Jacobys have three adult children. Douglas and his wife, Vicki, reside in the Atlanta area.

Book Review: Peter Williams’s Can We Trust the Gospels

Book Review: Peter Williams’s Can We Trust the Gospels

Peter Williams is one impressive person. He isn’t just Principal of Tyndale House, Cambridge, and Editor of the Tyndale Bulletin. He is also Chair of the International Greek New Testament Project and Associate Editor of the Tyndale House Greek New Testament—my favorite Greek N.T. Williams holds three degrees from Cambridge University (MA, MPhil, PhD). I […]