Dr. Hank Voss
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
Office Location: Reade Center
Phone: (765) 998-5227
Hank is a graduate of Wheaton College (PhD, 2013), Talbot School of Theology (MA, MACE, 2003), and Taylor University (where he lived on 2nd West Wengatz). He completed additional studies at the University of Chicago Divinity School, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Jerusalem University College (Jerusalem, Israel), and Harvest Language School (Guadalajara, Mexico).
Why I love teaching at Taylor:
I appreciate Taylor’s mission: “to develop servant leaders marked with a passion to minister Christ’s redemptive love and truth to a world in need.” One of my mentors, Dr. Jeff Greenman, speaks about the task of Christian education as forming the whole person and the whole people for the sake of the whole world. As a member of Taylor University’s faculty, I am thankful for leadership that encourages me to pursue this aim in my teaching, writing, and mentoring of students.
I love my family, reading, and exploring creation. These interests mean that on Father’s Day my family is sometimes dragged along on a used bookstore tour. Last Christmas, one of my sons gave me a gift certificate redeemable for a cup of coffee and $15.00 worth of used books. It was a perfect “dad date.” I also enjoy hiking and camping with friends and family in the outdoors. I love to explore and discover the unique “treasures” which are found in every community. In my office, you will find memorabilia from places like Israel, Mexico, Europe, South Central Los Angeles, and our new home, Muncie, IN.