Bill Mounce

For an Informed Love of God

Dr. Elliott Mallory-Greene

Dr. Elliott Mallory-Greene is a pastor of 36 years and has taught Hebrew, Greek and Biblical Exegesis, as well as Pastoral Studies, for almost 26 years, most recently at Faith Seminary where he serves as Professor of Biblical Exegesis and Pastoral Theology and Oikodome School of Biblical Studies. As the principal of Tyrannus Hall, Elliott (a.k.a. “Prof”) has a heart and calling to disciple shepherds and church leaders who will have a passion for the glory of God, strong Christian character, the growth of God’s people in Christ, and who as skilled teachers of the Scriptures will impact their communities in profound ways for the cause of the gospel. Servants such as these are needed in the Body of Christ. Their Spirit-filled lives are living testimonies to the saving grace of God and the transforming power of God’s Son, Jesus Christ.



Tyrannus Hall Foundation (Houston, TX) — 2005-Present

President and Principal



Faith Evangelical Seminary (Tacoma, WA) — 2012-Present. Professor of Biblical Exegesis and Pastoral Theology

Oikodome School of Biblical Studies (Houston, TX) — 2011-Present. Professor of Biblical Theology and Biblical Languages

Redeemer Theological Seminary (Dallas, TX) — 2009-2012. Associate Professor of Biblical Languages and Biblical/Pastoral Theology

Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia, PA/Dallas, TX) — 1997-2012. Assistant Professor of Biblical Languages

Dallas Theological Seminary (Dallas, TX) — 1990-1999. Adjunct Instructor New Testament Studies Director of New Testament Greek; Language Lab/Teaching Assistant New Testament Studies

Honors and Affiliations

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Nominee for 1997

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Awarded for 1998

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Awarded for 2001

Evangelical Theological Society, President-Southwest Region 1996-97

Voice of Hope Ministries (Dallas, Texas) Board Member 2005-2012