Chad Bird Podcast, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Book, Salary, and Net Worth

Chad Bird Bio | Wiki

Chad Bird is a popular American author, and podcast host, who has worked as a pastor, professor, and guest lecturer in Old Testament and Hebrew. As of now, Bird works as a Scholar in Residence at 1517 since January 2020 and as a co-host of the podcast, “40 Minutes in the Old Testament.”,

Bird is also the author of several books, such as his latest, The Christ Key: Unlocking the Centrality of Christ in the Old Testament. Bird has also contributed articles to Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, Modern Reformation, The Federalist, Lutheran Forum, as well as other journals and websites. Before, Bird worked as a lecturer, assistant professor, and adjunct professor at Concordia Theological Seminary.

Chad Bird Age

Bird was born in 1971, in the United States. Bird is 50 years old.

Chad Bird Height

He is a man of above-average stature. Bird stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in (Approx. 1.75 m).

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Chad Bird Family

Bird was born and brought up in the United States by his parents. Bird holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. His both parents are still in their 7o’s. Bird also has a sister whose name is not disclosed.

Chad Bird Wife

Bird is married to his wife Stacy. The couple enjoys life together in the Texas Hill Country. Bird and his wife have four children and three grandchildren.

Chad Bird Education

After completing his primary and high school education, Bird attended Concordia University Texas and in 1992 received a bachelor’s degree in General Studies and Biblical Languages. In 1997, Bird received a master of Divinity, Master Of sacred Theology, and Old Testament and Hebrew from Concordia Theological Seminary. In 2007, Bird received a Master of Philosophy in Hebraic and Cognate Studies from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.

Chad Bird Podcast

He is the host of 40 Minutes In The Old Testament alongside Daniel Emery Price. This podcast is a weekly 40-minute quest to unearth Christ in the pages of the Old Testament. He hosts three popular podcasts: “40 Minutes in the OT,” “Hidden Streams,” and the “Unveiling Mercy Podcast.” The first of these has had more than one million downloads.

Chad Bird Books

– Limping with God (2022)
– The Christ Key: Unlocking the Centrality of Christ in the Old Testament (2021)
– Unveiling Mercy: 365 Daily Devotions Based on Insights from Old Testament Hebrew (2020)
– Upside-Down Spirituality: The 9 Essential Failures of a Faithful Life (2019)
– Your God Is Too Glorious: Finding God in the Most Unexpected Places (2018)
– Night Driving: Notes from a Prodigal Soul (2017)
– Why Lutherans Sing What They Sing (2014)
– Fusion: Trees (2005)
– Suffering Servants: A Theme Throughout Scripture (2005)
– Water: A Theme Throughout Scripture (2004)
– Exodus, Part 1 (2003)

Chad Bird Salary

Bird is a podcaster and author correspondent. Therefore, Bird earns a decent salary as a Scholar in Residence at 1517 since January 2020 and as a co-host of the podcast, “40 Minutes in the Old Testament.”, Bird’s average salary is $87,764 per year.

Chad Bird Net Worth

Bird works as a Scholar in Residence at 1517 since January 2020 and as a co-host of the podcast, “40 Minutes in the Old Testament.”, Therefore, Bird has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Bird’s estimated net worth is $973,758.

Is Chad Bird Married

Yes. Bird is married to his wife Stacy. The couple enjoys life together in the Texas Hill Country. Bird and his wife have four children and three grandchildren.

Who Is Chad Bird

Bird works as a Scholar in Residence at 1517 since January 2020 and as a co-host of the podcast, “40 Minutes in the Old Testament.”, Bird is also the author of several books, such as his latest, The Christ Key: Unlocking the Centrality of Christ in the Old Testament. Bird has also contributed articles to Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, Modern Reformation, The Federalist, Lutheran Forum, as well as other journals and websites. Before, Bird worked as a lecturer, assistant professor, and adjunct professor at Concordia Theological Seminary.

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