Dr. Gordon Hugenberger
- Ranked Adjunct Professor of Old Testament
First Year at Gordon-Conwell:
- B.A. (Harvard University)
- M.Div. (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
- Ph.D. (C.N.A.A., College of St. Paul & Mary/The Oxford Centre for Post-Graduate Hebrew Study)
- The Lord’s Prayer: A Guide for the Perplexed (Park Street Church, 1999)
- Marriage as a Covenant: A Study of Biblical Law and Ethics Governing Marriage, Developed from the Perspective of Malachi (Baker, 1998)
Marriage, Old Testament Studies, Faith/Creation and Science, Hell, Biblical Ethics
Dr. Hugenberger has taught Hebrew, Akkadian and a variety of Old Testament exegesis courses at Gordon-Conwell South Hamilton since his graduation from there in 1974. At the same time, he has been actively involved in pastoral ministry, serving for 23 years at Lanesville Congregational Church in Gloucester, MA, and for the past 11 years as the senior pastor of historic Park Street Church in downtown Boston.
He has also maintained an active role in professional and institutional organizations. From 2000-2006, he was a trustee at Gordon College and since 1999 has been a trustee of Boston Trinity Academy. He is a member of seven professional organizations: the American Schools of Oriental Research, The Institute of Biblical Research, The Society of Biblical Literature, The National Association of Professors of Hebrew, the Evangelical Theological Society, the Tyndale Fellowship and the American Scientific Affiliation.
Dr. Hugenberger is a prolific author, having written dozens of articles. He is also a frequent speaker at venues such as the Salvation Army, Harvard University, the New England Christian Fellowship and MIT. His B.A. degree in engineering and applied physics and his ongoing interest in science have allowed him to speak occasionally on the relationship between science and faith. Other topics on which he has spoken and written include marriage as a covenant, redemptive history and Malachi.
Dr. Hugenberger’s scholarly interests include biblical theology, Old Testament law and ethics and Hebrew grammar.
His personal interests include geology; regular exercise, including Nautilis and biking; sociobiology; natural sciences and travel, especially to Great Britain.