Biblical and Theological Studies Faculty | Judson University Christian College

Biblical and Theological Studies Faculty

 
Eric Mason
Eric F. Mason
Department Chair
847-628-1056 or E-mail

Dr. Mason teaches in the areas of New Testament and Second Temple Judaism, and his research interests focus on the Epistle to the Hebrews and the Dead Sea Scrolls. More Info

Tom Atamian
Thomas M. Atamian
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Professor Thomas Atamian teaches in the area of Biblical Studies. He has taught both Introduction to the Old Testament and Introduction to the New Testament. He has been pastoring churches for the past 39 years and is presently on staff at St. David’s Church, Glenview. More Info

Mike McKeever2020
Michael McKeever
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Dr. Michael McKeever was a full-time faculty member at Judson University from 2000 until 2019 before returning to his native California, and he now teaches as an online adjunct. He specializes in the Gospels, and his past research has focused on the areas of biblical narrative, sacred space, culture theory, and literary theory. More Info

Bill Myatt
William Myatt
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Dr. Bill Myatt joined the Judson University community in the Fall of 2017. He teaches Introduction to Philosophy, which is offered at Judson as an online course. Dr. Myatt’s primary area of academic expertise is in theological hermeneutics, a field that approaches the theological task as an exercise in interpretation. More Info 

Mark Torgeson
Mark Torgerson
847-628-1068 or E-mail

Dr. Torgerson teaches in the areas of theology, worship, comparative religion, and religious space design. He has explored and enjoyed Christian worship events on five continents, yielding an appreciation for the diversity of expressions that emerge from many cultures. More Info

Emeritus Faculty

Laurie J. Braaten, Darrell T. Cosden and Robert D. Erickson

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