Jacques B. Doukhan
Jacques B. Doukhan is professor of Hebrew and Old Testament exegesis at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary and director of the Institute of Jewish-Christian Studies at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. Born in Algeria, Doukhan was educated in France, in Israel, and in the U.S.A. Doukhan received a master in Hebrew language and literature and a doctorate in Hebrew language and literature from the University of Strasbourg. Doukhan was also the recipient of a postdoctoral research scholarship from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Later, he received a doctorate of theology (ThD) from Andrews University. Dr. Doukhan also holds a masters in Egyptology from the University of Montpellier, France. In addition to his numerous published articles and reviews, Doukhan has written more than ten books translated into several languages, including the following Drinking at the Sources; Hebrew for Theologians; Secrets of Daniel; Secrets of Revelation; Israel and the Church: Two Voices for the Same God; The Mystery of Israel; Ecclesiastes: All Is Vanity; and On the Way to Emmaus: Five Major Messianic Prophecies Explained. Doukhan was the editor of Shabbat Shalom and L’Olivier and presently serves as the general editor of the new Seventh-day Adventist International Bible Commentary (SDAIBC). Doukhan is married to Lilianne Uebersax, and they have one daughter, Abigail.