Del Gray, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biblical & Religious Studies

Phone: 620-947-3121, ext 1074
Department: Bible, Religion, and Philosophy

In Bible classes, Christian faith takes center stage. Del holds up faith and Scripture for examination and freely asks some of the hard questions in the safe environment of a community of faith. His goal is to develop students who have thought deeply about their faith and are able to hold it and express it in a way that’s both academically credible and culturally relevant.

Del loves the strong sense of community at Tabor, and the relationships between faculty and students. He relishes the integration of a Christian worldview into the curriculum.

Del and his wife, Debbie, have two children: Daniel and Allison.


  • Life and Teachings of Jesus
  • Life and Teachings of Paul
  • Christian Missiology
  • The Bible, Community, and Culture
  • Prison Epistles
  • Revelation
  • Ministry Discernment Seminar
  • Field Education/Practicum
  • Mission trip to India
  • Christian Faith in Contemporary Culture


  • Ph.D. New Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary, 2005
  • M.A. New Testament Studies, Trinity International University, 1992
  • B.A. Biblical and Theological Studies, Bethel University, 1989