Dr. Archie W. England
Dr. Archie W. EnglandDirector, Baptist College Partnership
Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, occupying the J. Wash Watts Chair of Old Testament and Hebrew

Office: HSC 254
Office Phone: (504) 282-4455, ext. 3738
Fax: (504) 816-8039
Home Phone:
E-Mail: aengland@nobts.edu

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, 1994
  • Master of Divinity, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, 1987
  • Bachelors of Business Administration, University of Mississippi, 1979
  • Additional Studies: The University of Memphis, Mississippi College, Cerritos College.

Teaching Experience

  • Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, occupying the J. Walsh Watts chair of Old Testament and Hebrew, (2007 – Present)
  • Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, occupying the J. Walsh Watts chair of Old Testament and Hebrew, (2001 – 2007)
  • North Greenville College, Tigerville, SC http://www.ngc.edu 1999-2001 Associate Professor, Christian Studies Division 1997-1999 Assistant Professor, Christian Studies Division Courses taught include: Old Testament Survey, Beginning Hebrew, Principles of Theological Research and Writing, Biblical Hermeneutics, 2000 level courses specific Old Testament Topics, and 4000 level courses that are (English language) intensive book studies on Genesis; Exodus; Joshua, Judges, and Ruth; and Hoses and Amos.
  • Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, Memphis, TN 1995 -1997, Contract Appointment, Adjunct Instructor, Old Testament/ Research & Writing 1994-1995, Adjunct Instructor, Old Testament Department 1993-1994, Adjunct Instructor, Old Testament Department 1992-1993, Supervised teaching, fulfilling Doctoral Program requirements
  • Graduate at University of Arkanses, Little Rock, AR (Guest lecturer for the Philosophy and Religion Department) 1993-1994, "World of the New Testament" (Fall 1993)
  • Graduate Assistant at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, Memphis, TN 1991-1994, Teaching Assistant, Dr. Larry L. Walker, Old Testament and Semintic Studies 1991-1992, Teaching Assistant for Dr. Richard R. Melick, Jr., New Testament and Greek
  • Leffingwell Christian High School, Norwalk, CA 1986-1990, Teacher in the Math, English, and Bible Departments

Ministry Experience

  • Pastor: 2009-Present, Grace Community Baptist, Mandeville, LA
  • Pastor: 2005-2009, FBC Marrero, Marrero, LA
  • Interim Pastor: 2003-2005, Emmanuel Baptist, Hammond, LA
  • Interim Pastor: 2002-2003, FBC Marrero, Marrero, LA
  • Pastor: 1994-1997, Salem Baptist Church, Henning TN (Bi-Vocational)
  • Pastor: 1988-1989, Blythe Creek Baptist Church, Mathiston, MS
  • Pastor: 1985-1987, First Southern Baptist Church, Cudahy, CA
  • Interim Pastor: 2001, Jackson Memorial Baptist Church, Campobello, SC
  • Interim Pastor:1998-2000, Camp Creek Baptist Church, Taylors, SC
  • Interim Pastor: 1998 (June-July), Mt. Plesant Baptist Church, Landrum, SC
  • Interim Pastor: 1990-1994, Belen Baptist Church, Belen, MS
  • Interim Pastor: 1990, Hillside Baptist Church, La Puente, CA
  • Interim Pastor: 1990,1985, First Southern Baptist Church, La Puente, CA
  • Staff Positions: 1982-1984, Workship Intern for Preschool Department, Bellvue Baptist Church, Memphis, TN
  • Staff Positions: 1981-1982, Evangelism Assistant, East Park Baptist Church

Publications

Awards

  • 1st Place, Student Papers; Evangelical Theological Society SEE Regional Meeting, 1993

Papers Presented

  • "Hosea, A Prophet with Style: Rhetoric and the Prophetic Message" at the 1993 National Evangelical Theological Society Meeting in Washington, D.C.
  • "Literary Structure of the Book of Isaiah as the Hermeneutical Key to Understanding the Prophetic Message" at the 1994 National Evangelical Theological Society Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
  • "Stemming the TIde of Ignorance: Empowering New Believers to Know the Truth" at the SE Regional Evangelical Theological Society Meeting in Memphis, TN.

Book Reviews

  • Mid-America Theological Journal 17 (1993), 18 (1994), and 19 (1995).

Articles

  • "Hosea, A Prophet with Style: Rhetoric and the Prophetic Message," Mid-America Theological Journal 17 (1993): 51-62.
  • "Hosea 13: Preparation for Contemporary Expository Preaching," Mid-America Theological Journal 17 (1993): 63-78. (Co-authored with C. Lamar Frizzell)
  • "Amos Studies in the Twentieth Century," Mid-America Theological Journal 17 (1995): 41-50.

Books

  • Articles "Hophni" and "Phineas" in The Eerdmans Bible Dictionary, 1987.
  • Editor, Holman Bible Dictionary (Broadman & Holman, 2003)
  • Translator, Holman Christian Standard Bible, Lifeway Resources for “The Book of Nehemiah” (Broadman & Holman, 2003)
  • Co-author, “Old Testament Survey: A Student’s Guide” (Broadman & Holman, 2007)

OUR MISSION

The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


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