Constantine Campbell's doctorate is in biblical Greek language and linguistics (Macquarie University, 2006). He was a professor of New Testament studies for 14 years, having taught at Moore Theological College in Sydney and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago.
Campbell is the author of 15 books, with focus on biblical Greek, New Testament interpretation, and the apostle Paul. His book Paul and Union with Christ was the 2014 Christianity Today Book of the Year in Biblical Studies. His latest releases are Reading the New Testament as Christian Scripture (with Jonathan T. Pennington; Baker, 2020), and Paul and the Hope of Glory (Zondervan, 2020).
Campbell was co-chair of the Biblical Greek Language and Linguistics section of the Society of Biblical Literature, and is an Associate Editor of the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary series. He is an elected member of the preeminent scholarly guild, Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas.
Campbell is also a professionally trained jazz saxophonist and the presenter of two documentary series on the apostles Paul and Peter.
He lives in Canberra, Australia.