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The False Dichotomy of Academic Study Vs. Spiritual Life

Dr. Terri Moore, adjunct professor of New Testament Studies, discusses how the academic study of Scripture becomes a vehicle through which faith can grow and flourish.

Terri Moore
Dr. Terri Moore holds a B.S. from Mississippi College and a Th.M. and Ph.D. in New Testament from Dallas Theological Seminary. She has served as adjunct professor in the NT department of Dallas Seminary since 2010 and is currently adjunct faculty at Criswell College and Dallas Baptist University. Her new book, The Mysteries, Resurrection, and 1 Corinthians 15, will be available soon from Fortress Academic/Lexington Press. In addition to researching and teaching the NT, Dr. Moore enjoys traveling and other adventures with her husband, Darren, and their three children, Jacob, Stella, and Alex.
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