Kent Yinger

Professor of New Testament

503-554-6156
kyinger@georgefox.edu

Guess this professor's past ecclesiastical involvements.

  • Advent Christian
  • Baptist General Conference
  • Christian Reformed
  • Disciples of Christ/Independent Christian
  • Evangelical Free
  • Lutheran (German Evangelische Landeskirche)
  • Inter- or Non-Denominational
  • Presbyterian Church/USA

If you guessed that I'm an ecclesiastical mutt (mixed breed), i.e., all of the above, you're on target. And I've been a happy mutt in each doghouse.

In my New Testament (NT) classes you'll grapple with the dizzying diversity present in the NT and be challenged to discover Christ himself as the stabilizing center.

Academic Background

BA, Wheaton College; MDiv, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; PhD, Sheffield University

Expertise and Research Interests

New Testament studies, Pauline theology (esp. soteriology), Christology, New Testament Greek and Lexicography, Exegesis and Hermeneutics, Missions

Research Bibliography

Published and forthcoming works

Course Information

BIST 505/525 NT Book Study English/Greek

BIST 508 NT 1: Gospels and Acts

BIST 509 NT 2: Romans - Revelation

BIST 543 Biblical Exegesis and Hermeneutics

BIST 545 Greek Reading

BIST 560 NT Christology

BIST 561 Paul and the Law

BIST/CHTH 571/572/573/575 MA Thesis courses

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