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Norah Caudill

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Old TestamentSchool of Theology

Contact Information
Education
AA, Multnomah Bible College
BS, Multnomah Bible College
MA, Western Conservative Baptist Seminary
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary

Norah Caudill earned her Ph.D. in Theology (Old Testament major) from Fuller Seminary in 2006. Her dissertation, "The Presence of God in Exodus: Purposes, Means and Implications" explored the theology of God's presence with his people in their journey from Egypt to Sinai. Norah has also contributed articles to the Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary (edited by Tremper Longman III, Peter Enns and Mark Strauss; Baker Books, 2013).

She is currently Adjunct Assistant Professor of Old Testament for Fuller, and has been teaching here since 1999. She also teaches Beginning Hebrew, Intermediate Hebrew, Hebrew Exegesis and other Old Testament courses as a Faculty Associate of Old Testament for Bethel Seminary San Diego.

Norah's husband, Tom, is a Senior Systems Administrator for PriceSmart, a company that runs "Costco" type warehouse stores in Central and South America. They attend Grace Point Church in Carmel Valley (a non-denominational community church), where they enjoy fellowship and serving with their small group.

Classes Taught

  • LG502 Beginning Hebrew
  • LG502A Beginning Hebrew
  • LG502B Beginning Hebrew
  • OT506 Amos (Hebrew Text)
  • OT567 Amos (English Text)
  • OT500 Writings as Introduction to the Old Testament

Areas of Expertise, Research and Writing