Kenneth R Lyle-Professor of New Testament and Greek at the Logsdon School of Theology
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Kenneth R Lyle

Professor of New Testament and Greek Logsdon School of Theology

Education

  • Bachelor of Science, Sociology, Mississippi College, 1984
  • Master of Divinity, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1991
  • Doctor of Philosophy, New Testament Studies, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1995

Dr. Kenneth R. Lyle Jr., professor of New Testament and Greek, Associate Dean for Academics, and director of the Master of Divinity Program, came to Logsdon from Bluefield College, Virginia, where he served as an associate professor of Christian studies and campus minister.

Lyle has written articles for journals and periodicals and published Ethical Admonition in the Book of Jude (1998). Besides his interest in New Testament and Greek, Lyle has worked in the area of church and state, including service on the board of the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs.

Lyle has had extensive involvement in missions and international theological education in Greece, Brazil, Poland, Thailand, and Nigeria. He also frequently serves as an interim pastor and Bible conference speaker.

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