John C. Whitcomb
JOHN C. WHITCOMB
came to know Christ through a campus ministry at Princeton University led by Dr. Donald Fullerton in February, 1943. God mercifully spared his life during the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium, December, 1944, where he served in a fire-direction center and as a German interpreter. Graduating from Princeton in 1948, with honors in history, and from Grace Theological Seminary in 1951, he served as Professor of Theology and Old Testament for thirty-eight years. In 2009, at the Pre-Trib Research Center in Dallas, Texas, he received the John F. Walvoord Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Prophetic Studies "in recognition of a lifetime of faithfulness to God by engaging in the study, proclamation, and defense of His prophetic Word." He now serves as an ordained elder in the Conservative Grace Brethren Churches International and as President Emeritus of Whitcomb Ministries. See www.whitcombministries.org
for a listing of his books, CD and DVD albums. His wife Norma has had effective ministries with women, writing books and blogs. They have six children, seventeen grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren. Their home for the past twelve years has been in Indianapolis, IN.