Dr. Fred Long, Co-Founder
Fred is publisher, production editor, series editor, and author at GlossaHouse. Working closely with authors and editors, Fred helps to begin book projects and to bring them to a smooth landing with excellent organizational design, interior look, and scholarly quality. He also serves occasionally as a volume editor.
Fred received his PhD in Biblical Theology from Marquette University, an MA in Classics from the University of Kentucky, and an MDiv from Asbury Theological Seminary. His research covers NT methodology, Greco-Roman rhetoric and politics, contextualization of the NT, and Greek language, linguistics, and translation. He enjoys the outdoors (cycling, fishing, hiking), reading and watching sci-fi, and fixing things up around the house using the biggest and baddest power tools.
Dr. Michael Halcomb, Co-Founder
Michael is publisher, acquisitions editor, series editor, and author at GlossaHouse. Michael also designs GH book covers and serves occasionally as volume editor.
Michael holds five degrees, including a PhD in Biblical Studies (Asbury Theological Seminary) and an MA in Linguistic Theory (University of Kentucky). His interests are wide-ranging. He is a recognized leader in biblical language acquisition, pedagogical theory, and Performance Criticism. He is a professor at Pacific Rim Christian University where he teaches Greek and Hebrew in addition to Bible and Theology courses. He is also a Pastor in the Church of the Nazarene.
Dr. Andrew Coutras, Book Production Manager
Andrew is the Production Manager at GlossaHouse. Once a project is under contract, he works with GlossaHouse’s authors throughout the writing process to facilitate on-time completion.
Andrew holds a PhD in New Testament from Asbury Theological Seminary. His dissertation focused on John’s response in Revelation to the local religion of Asia Minor. He lives in sunny southwest Florida. When not working, Andrew enjoys spending time with his family, working with his hands, and trying to achieve the perfect smoked brisket.