Welcome

These pages are the web site for Mark Schuler, ThD, of the Department of Theology and Ministry at Concordia University, Saint Paul, Minnesota.

General Information

From the menu bar at the top of each page, you can navigate the site.  Each item in the menu leads to a separate page. Links are provided to Dr. Schuler’s office and schedule.

Teaching

Mark Schuler is a Professor of Theology and Greek at Concordia.  He teaches in the areas of Old and New Testament, Biblical Greek, archaeology, and survey courses.

Dr. Schuler is the director of the University Honors Program at Concordia as well as the chairperson of the Department of Theology and Ministry.

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Dr. Schuler is making publicly available his lectures for key courses at Concordia. Access is open for course material in

Research

Current research focuses on the Northeast Insula Project of the Hippos Excavations and related topics pertaining to early Christianity. The project resumes in 2015.

Latest from the dig…

New shirts are available for the 2015 season. Get your look for the field or support the team. Buy them at our Dig Store. [...]
Fri, Apr 03, 2015, Continue reading at the source
At this writing, our team for the 2015 is set. Four Concordia students and six adult volunteers will be in the field starting 19 July. Three of our regulars (Darryl, John, and Jim[Jim]) will be back bringing their significant experience to the team. Our excavation work in 2015 will focus [...]
Fri, Apr 03, 2015, Continue reading at the source
Aerial view, Hippos-Sussita ancient city from Samuel Magal on Vimeo. [...]
Sun, Oct 26, 2014, Continue reading at the source
Please follow this link to the registration page for the 2015 season. Join us this season! [...]
Tue, Oct 21, 2014, Continue reading at the source

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