Scott Schuleit, M.A.

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Adjunct Instructor, 2012
Division of Biblical Studies
B.A., University of Wisconsin Parkside
M.A. in Christianity and Culture, Knox Theological Seminary
Expertise: Bible, Theology, New Testament

 
 

Scott Schuleit received the Master’s degree in Christianity and Culture (Summa Cum Laude) from Knox Theological Seminary (2007).  He has been teaching at South Florida Bible College in the Division of Biblical Studies since 2012.  His non-fiction has been published in several print and non-print publications, including: Tabletalk, Reformed Perspectives Magazine, Monergism.com, The Gospel Coalition and Modern Reformation.  His poems have appeared in The Penwood Review, Christianity and Literature, Critique, and Sehnsucht: The C.S. Lewis Journal.  Also, a work of short-fiction was published in Reformed Perspectives Magazine entitled: “Paradise and Perdition: An Exploration through Narrative Theology into the Interior of Two Doctrines.”  Scott is an Elder and the Youth Pastor at Lake Worth Christian Reformed Church.  He enjoys preaching, walking, observing, reflecting, and spending time with his dear wife Christina.

 

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

  • “Cain as a Type of the Beast” in the South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary Journal: #1 (2013)

 

COURSES TAUGHT IN HIGHER EDUCATION

  • The Poetic Books
  • Hebrews
  • The Gospel of John

 

TOPICS OF INTEREST IN THEOLOGY

  • Reformed Theology
  • Literary Qualities in Scripture