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Dr. Tim M. Sigler

Dr. Tim M. Sigler

Ph.D., Trinity International University
M.S. in Higher Education, Grace College
M.Div., Faith Baptist Theological Seminary
M.A. in Theological Studies, Faith Baptist Theological Seminary
B.A., Faith Baptist Bible College

Dr. Tim Sigler is pleased to enjoy the mentorship of Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum in preparation to lead the global efforts of Ariel Ministries. He has been studying and teaching about the land and people of Israel for 35 years and hosts educational tours throughout the biblical world. He served as Provost and Dean at Shepherds Theological Seminary (Cary, NC), Professor of Hebrew and Biblical Studies at the Moody Bible Institute (Chicago, IL), and continues to be a visiting faculty at several institutions. His extensive background in higher education and nonprofit management allows him to be an active member of the Jerusalem Seminary Advisory Counsel.


  • Editorial Team: Chronological Life Application Study Bible, Messianic Edition (Carol
    Stream, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, forthcoming 2023)
  • Sigler, T., “Song of Songs,” Messianic Study Bible (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan,
    forthcoming 2023)
  • Sigler, T., “Israel and the Church in God’s Program: The Purpose and Argument of
    Romans 9–11,” in Law, Grace, and Justification: Essays Exploring the Theology of Romans in Honor of Myron James Houghton, eds. Douglas Brown and Kenneth Rathbun (Ankeny, IA: Faith Baptist Theological Seminary, forthcoming
  • Sigler, T., “What Should We Think about Jewish and Arab Relations?” in What Should We Think about Israel? Separating Fact from Fiction in the Middle East Conflict, ed. Randall Price (Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 2019)
  • Sigler, T. and D. Hoffman, “Police and Prisons,” in Dictionary of Daily Life in
    Biblical & Post-Biblical Antiquity, eds. Edwin Yamauchi and Marvin Wilson
    (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2017)
  • Rydelnik, M. and T. Sigler, “Song of Songs,” The Moody Bible Commentary, eds.
    Michael Rydelnik and Michael Vanlaningham (Chicago: Moody Publishers,
    2014): 987-1003.
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