About Us - Dr. Raymond J Zeman

Dr. Raymond J. Zeman

Dr. Raymond J. Zeman




Dr. Raymond J. Zeman received his BSMS degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering. He received his MBA degree from Baldwin-Wallace College and a Doctor of Biblical Studies and a Ph.D. degree from Bethany Theological Seminary. He has served as a corporate executive and director of numerous companies and as a visiting lecturer at various colleges and universities. In addition, Ray was a pastor of two Massachusetts churches, retired from both, and moved to North Carolina where he continues consulting, Bible teaching, and writing.

An essay written by Ray, entitled “The Effects of Spiritual Guidance in the World Today,” was entered into the Congressional Record, Proceedings and Debates of the 84th Congress, First Edition, Vol. 101; No. 72 dated Tuesday, May 3, 1955, by the representative to Congress, Oliver P. Bolton, sponsor of the bill that added “under God” to the Pledge of Allegiance.

Ray is a member of the Advisory Board and a Development Advisor at Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering; a Christian writer and lecturer; and was the Co-Founder, Prophecies Unveiled, Inc., retired, but remains on the Board. He and his wife have three children, two grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. 

Ray has published and taught *Building a Habitation for God Unveiled in Mark’s Gospel of Jesus Christ, Christian Faith Unveiled in the Epistle of James, *God’s Plan for the World Unveiled, *Heavenly Wisdom Unveiled in the Epistle of James, *Hope for the Future Unveiled in Revelation, Hope Unveiled in the Book of Revelation, *Instructions for the Lord’s Return Unveiled in Thessalonians, Power and Glory Unveiled in Mark’s Gospel, and The Lord’s Return Unveiled in Thessalonians. Statements to complete and questions to answer are included in the above books denoted with an *asterisk. He also has written instructor guides and student workbooks to complement many of his books.

The Raymond J. Zeman ’61, Design for America Office at Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering think[box] in Cleveland, Ohio, opened on October 1st 2015. The Zeman Design for America Office will be a location for students to collaborate, innovate and invent along with educators, mentors and facilitators who can assist students and faculty to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and technology leaders. Think[box] brings together the medical, engineering, legal, and management disciplines, preparing graduates to work in their own company they established at Case Western Reserve University.