School:Graduate/Seminary in Michigan
Start Date:Fall 1994
Dr. Mayhew and his wife Mary have three married daughters and nine grandchildren.
BRE, Detroit Bible College
ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
ThD, Grace Theological Seminary
Postgraduate Study: American Institute, Jerusalem, Israel; University of Detroit; University of Michigan
Dr. Mayhew is the editor of Shalom: Essays in Honor of Dr. Charles H. Shaw published by William Tyndale College (1984). He has given many professional papers at the Evangelical Theological Society and was a contributor of introductory and study notes on 1 and 2 Chronicles in The Ryrie Study Bible. He was also a study note contributor to the Luis Palau Study Bible; has an article entitled the "Two Witnesses in Revelation 11," in the Dictionary of Premillennial Theology (1997); and has recently published an Encyclopedia of Messianic Candidates in Judaism, Samaritanism and Islam. He has completed the "Book of Job" section in the forthcoming Moody Bible Commentary (2011) for the Old Testament volume.
"Book of Job." In The Moody Bible Commentary, edited by Michael Rydelnik and Michael Vanlaningham. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2011.
Encyclopedia of Messianic Candidates in Judaism, Samaritanism and Islam. Clinton Township: Cadieux & Maheux Press, 2009.
"Two Witnesses in Revelation 11." In The Dictionary of Premillennial Theology (1997).
Shalom: Essays in Honor of Dr. Charles H. Shaw. William Tyndale College. Farmington Hills: William Tyndale College Press, 1984.
His interests include biblical archaeology and messianic studies. He has led over twenty college and seminary study tours to the biblical lands. In 1973, he worked on an archaeological excavation in Israel with Tel Aviv University and Jerusalem University College. The site, Tel Qasile, had both Philistine and Israelite occupations and yielded the first Philistine temples to be discovered in Israel. He also has firsthand archaeological excavation work at Qumran (2006) in the southern plateau excavation, Zion Gate Excavation (2009) with the University of North Carolina and Temple Mount Antiquities Salvage Operation (Mt. of Olives).