PhD, Andrews University
MA, Newbold College, England
BA Theology, Marienhoehe, Germany
Erhard Gallos is an assistant professor of Religion at Andrews University. He pastored in Germany for six years before coming to Andrews University. He joined the faculty in 2008 and teaches New Testament courses, Greek, Ethics, Hermeneutics, and SDA Heritage and the Gift of Prophecy. His focus of intense study has been in the book of Hebrews and his PhD dissertation was on the Sabbath-rest of Hebrews 4. In addition to being a passionate teacher and student of God's word, Erhard loves spending times with his wife, Irmgard and teenage twin daughters, Dorothea and Christiane.
In early 2014, Erhard Gallos presented a paper on Hebrews at the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. Recently, he finished the commentary on the Epistle of James for the Andrews Bible Commentary. He is currently working on an article for the BRI on Sabbatismos in Hebrews 4.