The demand for counseling know-how among pastors and church leadership is at an all-time high. With sharply inclining divorce rates and an increasing volume of addictions and complexes, it’s no longer enough for the pastor to simply be the Bible teacher. With the Thomas Nelson … more
Roy Zuck (1932–2013) always had a passion for solid, Bible-based publications in the realm of Christian youth ministry education. Zuck attended Biola University and served there as president of the student council. Zuck also attended Dallas Theological Seminary.
Zuck spent 14 years in the publishing business and then, in 1973, returned to Dallas Theological Seminary where he taught for more than 23 years. He served as assistant academic dean, associate professor of Bible exposition, academic dean, department chairman, and senior professor of Bible Exposition.
Zuck authored and wrote over 100 books including more than 70 books on Christian education and Bible exposition. His publications include editing Bibliotheca Sacra, Roy Zuck Vital Issues Series, and Biblical Counseling for Today.