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Norah Caudill

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Hebrew, Hebrew Exegesis, Old Testament

Started at Bethel



  • Fuller Theological Seminary - Ph.D. in Theology (Old Testament Major), 2006
  • Western Conservative Baptist Seminary - Master of Arts in Exegetical Theology (Old Testament Major), 1988


Norah Caudill earned her Ph.D. in Theology (Old Testament major) from Fuller Seminary in 2006.  Her dissertation, "The Presence of God in Exodus: Purposes, Means and Implications" explored the theology of God's presence with his people in their journey from Egypt to Sinai.  Norah has also contributed 24 articles to the Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary (edited by Tremper Longman III, Peter Enns and Mark Strauss; Baker Books, 2013).

As a Faculty Associate of Old Testament Caudill teaches Beginning Hebrew (OT541),  Intermediate Hebrew (OT542), Hebrew Exegesis (OT652), Old Testament Survey (OT516) and Old Testament Exegetical Explorations (OT518) for Bethel Seminary San Diego. She also serves as  Adjunct Assistant Professor of Old Testament  for Fuller Theological Seminary.  Her courses there since 1999 have included Beginning Hebrew, Old Testament Exegesis: Amos (Hebrew text), Old Testament Exegesis: Amos (English text), and Writings as Introduction to the Old Testament (OT500). 

Norah's husband, Tom, is a Senior Systems Administrator for PriceSmart, a company that runs "Costco" type warehouse stores in Central and South America.  They attend Grace Point Church in Carmel Valley (a non-denominational community church), where they enjoy fellowshipping and serving with their small group.

Courses Taught

Quarter Schedule: OT502: 1 Samuel - Song of Songs; OT503: Isaiah - Malachi; OT521/22: Beginning Hebrew; OT531: Intermediate Hebrew; OT640: Hebrew Bible Readings

Semester Schedule: OT516: Old Testament Survey, OT518: Old Testament Exegetical Explorations; OT516: Beginning Hebrew; OT518: Intermediate Hebrew; OT652: Hebrew Exegesis


Eta Beta Rho Honor Society

Delta Epsilon Chi, the Honor Society of The American Association of Bible Colleges

Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges


Contributed 24 articles to the Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary, edited by Tremper Longman III, Peter Enns and Mark Strauss (Baker Books, 2013).

Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation:  "The Presence of God in the Exodus Narrative:  Purposes, Means and Implications."  Pasadena: Fuller Theological Seminary, 2006.

Unpublished Master's Thesis:  "The Use of the Wilderness Motif in Psalm 95 and Hebrews 3–4."  Portland:  Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, 1988.

Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

Member of Society of Biblical Literature

Teaching specialty

Hebrew, Hebrew Exegesis, Old Testament