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Ken Schenck

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Kenneth Schenck (born 1966) is a New Testament scholar whose primary focus has been the book of Hebrews, although he has also published on Paul, Philo, philosophy, and the New Testament in general. His New Testament Survey (Triangle Publishing) has sold over 10,000 copies, and his “brief guide” to Philo (Westminster John Knox) has been translated into Russian, Korean, and Hungarian. He has also written a philosophy textbook. His blog also engages heavily with issues in hermeneutics, ecclesiology, and philosophy on both a popular and scholarly level. He taught philosophy and New Testament at Indiana Wesleyan University for 22 years (1997-2019). During that time he was also Dean of Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University for six years (2009-2015) and Dean of the mostly undergraduate School of Theology and Ministry for three years (2016-2019). Then in 2019 he went to Houghton College to become Vice President for Planning and Innovation. Education Schenck was awarded a P
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