Hullinger, Dr. Jerry
Dr. Hullinger completed his theological training at Moody Bible Institute and Dallas Theological Seminary. He came to Carolina University in 2009 after serving as a senior pastor and college/seminary professor. His research interests include hermeneutics, dispensationalism, and a concentrated exegesis and exposition of each book of the Bible with a primary focus on the Gospels, Acts, and epistles.
Old & New Testament Survey
New Testament Studies
Life of Christ
From Ezra to Gnostic Devotions: The Importance of Interpretive Method. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016.
New Testament Life and Belief: A Study of History, Culture, and Meaning. Carolina University, 2014.
Contributor. “The Realization of Ezekiel’s Temple,” in Dispensationalism: Tomorrow and Beyond. Tyndale Seminary Press, 2008.
"From Clarity to Proclamation: Twenty Theses on Scripture's Perspicuity," Aletheias 4:1 (Spring, 2019): 1-20.
"Dispensational Thought: A Review Article," Journal of Dispensational Theology 22:64 (Spring, 2018):75-92.
"The Creation Account: A Review Article," Journal of Dispensational Theology 20:60 (Summer/Fall 2016): 181-190.
"The Terminus a Quo of the Day of the Lord: The Deciding Argument for Pretribulationalism," The Journal of Ministry and Theology19:2 (Fall, 2015): 69-116.
"The Compatibility of the New Covenant and Future Animal Sacrifice," Journal of Dispensational Theology (Spring, 2013): 47-66.
"The Egyptian Religious Background of Pharaoh's Hard Heart," Journal of Dispensational Theology 16:47 (April, 2012): 23-40.
"The Function of the Sacrifices in Ezekiel's Temple, Part 2,” Bibliotheca Sacra (April, 2010): 166-179.
"The Function of the Sacrifices in Ezekiel's Temple," Part 1 Bibliotheca Sacra (January, 2010): 40-57.
"Two Atonement Realms: Reconciling Sacrifice in Ezekiel and Hebrews," Journal of Dispensational Theology 32 (2007): 33-63.
"The Divine Presence and Uncleanness: The Rationale for Ezekiel's Millennial Sacrifices," Bibliotheca Sacra 652 (2006): 405-422.
"The Contribution of the Transfiguration to a Literal View of the Kingdom," The Journal of Ministry Theology 2 (2004): 87-108.
"The Historical Background of Paul's Athletic Allusions," Bibliotheca Sacra 643 (2004): 343-359.
"The Problem of Animal Sacrifices in Ezekiel 40-48," Bibliotheca Sacra 607 (1995): 279-289.
Do You Understand What You Are Reading? A Hermeneutics Workbook (Carolina University, 2013).
New Testament Studies (Carolina University, 2014).
“Review of ‘MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto.’” Journal of Dispensational Theology 39 (2009): 84-90.
"Review of: ‘Is Rome the True Church? A Consideration of the Roman Catholic Claim.’" Journal of Dispensational Theology 39 (2009): 90-93.
Th.D. Doctor of Theology, dissertation: “A Proposed Solution to the Problem of Animal Sacrifices in Ezekiel 40-48.” Dallas Theological Seminary, 1993.
Th.M. Master of Theology, thesis: “Dispensational Problems in the Matthean Beatitudes.” Dallas Theological Seminary, 1988.
The 1024 Project
Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics