Dr. Charles Savelle
TBS Adjunct Professor, Shiloh Square Supervisor
Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies (1998), The Criswell College
Master of Theology in Bible Exposition (2003), Dallas Theological Seminary
Ph.D. in Bible Exposition (2013), Dallas Theological Seminary
Dr. Savelle is committed to the discipline of Bible exposition and has taught and preached the Bible locally, nationally, and internationally (Egypt, Hungary, Israel, Jordan, Korea, and the Philippines). He has earned a BA in Biblical Studies from the Criswell College and a Th.M. and Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary. While Dr. Savelle enjoys teaching all sixty-six books of the Bible, his research interests relate to the book of Acts, and in particular, the Jerusalem Council (Acts 15). Other interests include the role of the Mosaic Law and the Christian and Biblical archaeology. He is also passionately committed to the ministry of the local church where he has served in a variety of capacities. Charles is married to Kathy, and they have three grown children, Charlie, Amy, and Becky.