Dr. Norris C. Grubbs

Dr. Norris C. GrubbsAssociate Provost for Extension Centers and Enrollment Management
Professor of New Testament and Greek

Office: Frost - 200
Office Phone: (504) 282-4455 ext3264
Fax: 504-816-8046
Home Phone:
E-Mail: ngrubbs@nobts.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., New Testament and Greek, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2002)
  • M.Div. with Bib. Lang., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (1997)
  • B. A., Union University (1994)

Teaching Experience

  • Associate Provost for Extension Centers and Enrollment Management
  • Senior Associate Dean, Extension Center System, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2009-Present)
  • Associate Dean for Louisiana and Mississippi, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2006-2009)
  • Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek, Leavell College of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2002-Present)
  • Instructor of New Testament and Greek, Leavell College of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2000-2002)
  • Full-time Contract Teacher in the Area of New Testament, Leavell College of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (1999)

Teaching Specializations

  • Greek and New Testament

Ministry Experience

  • Pastor, Lee Hill Baptist Church, Folsom, LA, December 17, 1995-October 1999
  • Interim Pastor, Grace Memorial Baptist Church, Gulfport, Mississippi, July 2003 - October 2004
  • Co-founded and led Fellowship of Christian Athletes group at the University of New Orleans with wife, August 2000 - May 2005.
  • Interim Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1, 2007 - March 23, 2008
  • Interim Pastor, The Lord's Church, Kentwood, Louisiana, June 1, 2011 - December 25, 2011
  • Supply Preacher and Leader in Church Conferences

Publications

Books and Articles

  • Word Studies Made Simple: How to Study the Bible in the Original Languages, Memphis, TN: BorderStone Press, 2013. Co-authored with Francis Kimmitt.
  • Article, “What Does theology Have to Do with the Bible? A Call for the Expansion of the Doctrine of Inspiration.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 53:1 (March 2010)
  • Dictionary Articles for the Baker Bible Dictionary, “Appeal to Caesar,” “Amphipolis,” “Antipatris,” “Antonia, Tower of,” “Archippus,” “Augustus,” “Blastus,” “Booty,” “Clopas,” “Coppersmith,” “Cupbearer,” “Demas,” “Denarius,” “Didymus,” “Elisabeth,” “Erastus,” “uodia or Euodias,” “Fortunatus,” “Freedmen, Synagogue of the,” “Gnashing of Teeth,” “Glutton,” “Lawyer,” “Lineage,” “Malchus,” “Mansion,” “Maranatha,” “Matthew’s Bible,” “Overseer,” “Pastorals,” “Publican,” “Rhoda,” “Sceva,” “Scoffer,” “Sodomite,” “Stature,” “Statute,” “Stewardship,” “Steadfastness,” “Trophimus,” “Watch,” “Waterpot.”
  • Article, “The Truth About Elders and Their Children: Believing or Behaving in Titus 1:6?” Faith and Mission 22, no. 2 (Spring 2005)
  • Collation of manuscripts 47, 56, 58, 825, 1023, 1190, 1247, and 2382 for the International Greek New Testament Project

Professional Presentations

  • “What does theology have to do with the Bible? The doctrine of inspiration as an illustration of discipline specialization run amok.” at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, November 2007
  • “The Truth about Elders and Their Children: Believing or Behaving in Titus 1:6?” at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, November 2004
  • “A New Approach to the Byzantine Manuscripts” at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, November 2002
  • “Why Parables? Mark 4's Evidence” at Society of Biblical Literature Southwest Regional Conference, March 2000