David Alan Black was born and raised in Hawaii. He received a BA in Biblical Studies from Biola University, studied at the Talbot School of Theology where he majored in New Testament Greek, and then received his Doctor of Theology degree from the University of Basel in 1983. He has taught New Testament Greek for over 30 years.
He has written or edited more than 20 books, including The Myth of Adolescence, Interpreting the New Testament, Its Still Greek to Me, Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek, Using New Testament Greek in Ministry, New Testament Textual Criticism, and Why Four Gospels? He has also published more than 100 scholarly articles in a variety of journals. He teaches at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
He and his wife life on a 123-acre working farm in southern Virginia and are self-supporting missionaries to Ethiopia, which they visit twice each year.
Author Web Site: Dave Black Online