EDUCATION:
University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast. October 1992 – 1993.
Post-Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE).
Topic of Long Essay: Another Look at the Senior Secondary School Christian Religious Studies Syllabus.
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC), Chicago. September 1984 – June 1990
Master of Theology (M.Th.), 1984 – 1987
Doctor of Theology (Th. D.), 1987-1990
Topic of Dissertation: Transmission of Political Authority in ancient Israel: A Tradition Historical Study of the Demise and Succession of Kings in the Deuteronomistic History and in the Chronicler’s History.
McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago. September 1982 – June 1984.
Master of Arts in Theological Studies (MATS).
Trinity College, Legon. September 1978 – June 1981
External Diploma in Theology (Dip. Th.), University of Ghana, Legon, 1981
Topic of Long Essay: A Critique of the Church’s Stand on Polygamy.
Certified Family and Marriage Counsellor: The Marriage and Family Life Committee of the Christian Council of Ghana and the National Catholic Secretariat, 1981.Ghana National Museums and Monuments Board. Cape Coast Castle, Cape Coast. Philip Quaque Memorial Day. 17th October 1995.
Paper Presented: “Reflections on Missionary Education in Ghana: Positive or Negative.”Christianity in Africa Project – West Africa Conference. Hotel de Joko. New Achimota. 12-16 September 1994.
Participant.

West Africa Association of Theological Institutions (WAATI). Annual General Meeting. St Peter’s Regional Seminary, Pedu, Cape Coast. 25-29 July 1994.
Paper Presented: “The Role of the Bible in Theological Education.”

Christianity in Africa Project – Ghana Conference. GIMPA, Legon. 19-21 May 1994.
Theme: “Christianity and Nation Building”
Participant.

Ghana Association of Theological Institutions (GATI). Annual Meeting at Trinity College. 25 March 1994.
Paper Presented: The Role of Departments of Religions in Theological Education”

University of Cape Coast. Arts Faculty Public Lecture. May 1992.
Paper Presented: “How Kings were Made in ancient Israel and Judah: From History to Tradition”

Pax Romana (A Catholic Students Organisation) Symposium. November 1991.
Paper Presented: “The Relevance of the Apocrypha for the Christian.”

Ghana Association of Teachers of Religious Knowledge (GATRK). Annual Conference held at the Adisadel College, Cape Coast. 10-14 September 1991.
Paper Presented: “The Role of Religion in National Development: A Christian View”

National Union of Anglican Students (NUAS), University of Cape Coast Branch. Christ Church Cathedral, Cape Coast. September 1991.
Paper Presented: “Is God Calling You into the Ordained Ministry? How do I know?”

National Union of Anglican Students (NUAS). Annual Conference at the University of Cape Coast. February 1991.
Paper Presented: “True Discipleship”

Association of Christian Lay Centres in Africa (ACLCA). Leadership Training for Transformation. Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana. January 1990.
Participant.

World Mission Institute – Annual Conference at LSTC, Chicago, Illinois. April 1989.
Theme: “The God of the Bible and the Politics of Hunger”
African Respondent to Keynote Address.

All African Students’ Union 1. Beverly, Iowa. June 1988.
Participant.

Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) Conference of the Division of Church Life of the ELCA. Miami, Florida. April 1988.
Theme: “Strategy Planning for Congregational Life Conference”
Participant.

World Mission Institute – Annual Conference at LSTC, Chicago, Illinois. April 1985.
Participant.

World Mission Institute – Annual Conference at LSTC, Chicago, Illinois. April 1984.
Resource Person.

“No Root of Bitterness” (A Presbyterian Seminarian Annual Conference). March 1984.
Facilitator.

World Council of Churches 6th General Assembly. Vancouver, BC., Canada. August 1983
Student Participant.

World Mission Institute – Annual Conference at LSTC, Chicago, Illinois April 1983.
Participant.

“No Root of Bitterness” (A Presbyterian Seminarian Annual Conference). Cleveland, Ohio. March 1983.
Participant.

PUBLICATIONS:

BOOKS:

Ntreh, B. A. A Realistic Manual on pre-Marital Counselling. University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, 2010.
Ntreh, B. A. Anthropology of Religion: A Primer in the Study of Religion. Cape Coast: Hampton Press, 2009.
Ntreh, B. A. A Concise History of Ancient Israel and Judah: From the Patriarchal Era to the Advent of Herod the Great. Cape Coast: Marcel Hughes, 2006. Pp. xiv + 142. Revised in 2016.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Teacher’s Book 6. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. vii+96.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Teacher’s Book 6. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. iii+92
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Teacher’s Book 5. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. vii+87.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Pupil’s Book 5. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. iii+84.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Teacher’s Book 4. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. vii+99.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Pupil’s Book 4. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. iii+92.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Teacher’s Book 3. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. vi+98.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools. Pupil’s Book 3 London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. iii+69.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Teacher’s Book 2. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. vi+97.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools. Pupil’s Book 2 London: Macmillan Pub. 2005. Pp. iii+69.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools Teacher’s Book 1. London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. vii+102.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Primary Schools. Pupil’s Book 1 London: Macmillan Pub., 2005. Pp. iii+69.
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Junior Secondary Schools Teacher’s Book 3. London: Macmillan Pub, 2001. (125 pages)
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Junior Secondary Schools Student’s Book 3 London: Macmillan Pub, 2001. (132 pages)
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Junior Secondary Schools Teacher’s Book 2. London: Macmillan Pub, 2001. (96 pages)
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education.. For Junior Secondary Schools Student’s Book 2. London: Macmillan Pub, 2001. (132 pages)
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education For Junior Secondary Schools Teacher’s Book 1. London: Macmillan Pub, 2001. (90 pages)
K.K.A. Anti, B.A. Ntreh & M. Sey. Moral and Religious Education. For Junior Secondary Schools Student’s Book 1. London: Macmillan Pub, 2001. (124 pages)
K.K.A. Anti, D.J. Antwi, B.A. Ntreh. Christian Religious Studies for Senior Secondary Schools. . Bombay: Gangram, 1993.

JOURNAL ARTICLES
Publications:
The Bible, Cultural Identity and Missions: A Biblical Appraisal. Lead article in The Bible, Cultural Identity and Missions. Pp. ix-xxi. Eds. Daniel Birchie, Daniel Kwame Bediako & Dziedzorm Reuben Asafo. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.
“Improper Conduct in Sexual Relations: The Tamar Story and the African Context” In Drumspeak New Series Vol 1. No. 1. (2013) 96-115.
Human Complicity in Flood Occurrence: An African Biblical Hermeneutical Reading of Genesis 6:5-8:22. In Illorin Journal of Religious Studies. Vol. 2. No. 2. (December, 2012) 91-102.
B. A. Ntreh & K. Okyere, “Poverty and Slothfulness: A Reading of Proverbs 6:6-11 in the Ghanaian Context.” In Ghana Bulletin of Theology. New Series. Vol. 4. (December, 2012) 174-190.
“Bible and Culture” In Journal of African Biblical Studies Vol. 3. (2011) 3-17.
“Improper Conduct in Sexual Relations: The Tamar Story and the African Context” In Drumspeak New Series Vol 1. No. 1 (2008). 96-115.
“An Old Testament Solution to Land Holding Conflicts in Africa.” In the Journal of African Biblical Studies (JABS) Vol. 1. No. 1 (2008) 22-37.
“From David to Solomon” in the Journal of Philosophy and Culture Vol. 1. No. 2. (July 2004) 62-79.
“Job” in The Global Biblical Commentary. General Editor, Daniel Patte. Nashville: Abingdon, 2004. Pp. 141-150.
“Africa in the New Testament” in Interpreting the New Testament in Africa. Kenya: Acton Publishers, 2001. pp. 68-82.
“The Survival of Earth: An African Reading of Psalm 104” in The Earth Story in the Psalms and the Prophets. The Earth Bible 4. Edited by Norman C. Habel. Sheffield/Cleveland: Sheffield Academic/The Pilgrim Press, 2001. Pp. 98-108.
“Methodological Challenges of Old Testament Scholarship in the African Context.” African Old Testament Scholarship. No 5, November 1998, pp. 2-4.
“A Feminist Reading of Numbers 27:1-11; Judges 11:1-40 and Mark 5:25-34” in Women, Culture and Theological Education. Proceedings of Annual Conference of the West Africa Association of Theological Institutions (WAATI). Illishan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria. Edited by Protus O. Kemdirim & Mercy A. Oduyoye. Enugu: Nigeria, 1998. Pp. 159-173.
“How Kings were Made in Ancient Israel and Judah: From History to Tradition.” Bible Bashyam an Indian Biblical Quarterly Vol. 23 No 2 (1997) 71-89.
“‘Dust to Dust, Earth to Earth, Ashes to Ashes’: Biblical Origins of a Christian Practice” Bulletin of Ecumenical Theology Vol. 8. 2 (1996) 33-47.
“Blessings Enforced: A Narrative Reading of Genesis 11:1-9” Drumspeak 1(1996) 89-99.
“Towards an African Biblical Hermeneutics” African Theological Journal 19 (1990) 274-254.