Scot Keen is a man who wears many hats here at our Michigan campus. He is a professor, the Dean of Academics, and has a position on the Leadership Team. Busy though he may be, he is always ready to help any student through their questions about God’s Word. He teaches several heavily theological classes, Romans, part of Soteriology, and Acts being just a few of these. He also teaches Hermeneutics and Bibliology, laying a foundation for students to know where the Bible came from and how to study it.
Where are you from originally? Kentucky
When did you join the Jackson/Waukesha team? November 2003
What is your favorite thing about serving at NTBI? I love the teamwork and the community, and the opportunity to impact people with the Word and be a part of God’s global outreach.
What is something the student body might not know about you? I played in a country western band for a few years.
At what point in your life were you convinced to become involved with missions? I was pastoring in Kentucky and somebody told me there were people who had never heard the gospel. I didn’t believe that at first, but once I discovered that was true, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I started reading alot of the history of NTM books and that really challenged me.
What’s your favorite place to eat in Jackson/Waukesha? West Texas BBQ
What pastimes do you enjoy? Hiking and Deer Hunting
Do you have a “hero of the faith” that you admire, and if so, what about them is inspiring? J. Vernon McGee. To me he struck a great balance of scholarship and practicality. He was convinced of the power of God’s word and sought to teach the scriptures in their entirety. My desire is to do the same.
Who is your favorite author or musician? Author-Allen Ross
Where is your favorite place to spend time? In the woods of southeast Kentucky.
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