Kellum, Leonard Scott (Scott)
Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek

email: skellum@sebts.edu

Program: Graduate     Discipline: New Testament     Area: Biblical Studies    

Teaching Since: 2003

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Education
B.A. University of Mississippi
M.Div. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Ph.D. Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

Teaching Goals
To Honor Christ by preparing God-called men and women to study their New Testament in preparation for fulfilling the great commission.

Reading Recommendation
On Jesus:
Paul W. Barnett, "Jesus and the Logic of History;"

On Paul:
Schreiner "Paul, Apostle of God's Glory in Christ;"

On Acts:
Hemer, "The Book of Acts in the Setting of Hellenistic History"

Favorite Quotes, Movies, Books
N.T. Wright on others writing on his dissertation topic: Whenever I read a work of Romans I feel like "someone has come into my livingroom and rearranged my furniture."

Publications
The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown (Broadman & Holman, 2009)
The Unity of the Farewell Discourse: the Literary Integrity of John 13:31-16:33 (T&T Clark, 2005)

Research Interests
NT Canon; Gospel of John; Linquistics; hermeneutics

Society Memberships
Eta Sigma Phi; Society of Biblical Literature; Evangelical Theological Society

Courses Taught

    FALL 2014
        BTI4700New Testament Theology
        BTI6700New Testament Theology
        DMN8151Min Proj & Proj Rep Writing I
        DMN8152Min Proj & Proj Rep Writing II
        GRK6500Greek Syntax and Exegesis - ONLINE
        NTS1100New Testament Survey
        NTS5110New Testament: Jesus and the Gospels
        NTS5120New Testament II - HYBRID

    SPRING 2014
        DMN8151Min Proj & Proj Rep Writing I
        DMN8152Min Proj & Proj Rep Writing II
        GRK2620Biblical Greek II
        GRK3620Greek Syntax and Exegesis II
        GRK5120Biblical Greek II
        GRK6600Intermediate Greek Exegesis
        NTS5120New Testament: Acts, Epistles, and Revel
        NTS9700New Testament Theology

    JANUARY 2014
        GRK2610Biblical Greek I
        GRK5110Biblical Greek I

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