Scott T. Carroll, PhD Legacy Professor

Education:

  • Miami University, PhD
  • Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, MA
  • Tennessee Temple University, BA
  • Studies at Hebrew Union College

Teaching Career:

  • Professor of Ancient History, Cornerstone University (2000-2010), specializing in ancient and classical studies, archaeology, and codicology
  • Professor in Ancient and Early Church History, Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (1988-1994)
  • Professor in Comparative Religion, Grand Valley State University
  • Instructor or teaching fellow at various schools while completing his PhD work, including Miami University, St. Joseph College, and Xavier University
  • Lectured and presented material at Azusa Pacific University, Cedarville College, and Salem State University
  • Led students at both Gordon-Conwell and Cornerstone University on trips to the Mediterranean world

Other Career Highlights:

  • Founder and director of Scriptorium Center for Christian Antiquities, a joint project with Hampton Court Herefordshire, United Kingdom
  • Master of numerous languages including Akkadian, Aramaic, Classical Egyptian, Coptic, Ge’ez, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and Syriac
  • Director of archaeological excavations in Egypt
  • Consultant for national media outlets
  • Regular speaker at churches

Publications:

  • Author of numerous articles, book reviews, and chapters for several books and scholarly journals
  • Among his published periodicals are Christian Scholars Review, The American Journal of Philology, and the Journal of Hellenic Studies
  • Extensive contributor to the Anchor Bible Dictionary
  • Coauthor of Customs and Manners in Bible Times

Courses Taught

Augustine and Medieval Theology