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Welcome! My name is Mark Schuler. I am a professor at Concordia University, Saint Paul. Explore my research and teaching below or contact me with your questions and comments.

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I’m Mark Schuler.

I have a ThD in Theology and have been teaching at Concordia since 1994. My area of research is Roman and Late Antique archaeology of the Levant. I have been director of the Northeast Insula Project at Hippos of the Decapolis since 2002 in partnership with the University of Haifa.

Research

  • When I began to teach, I quickly realized that clear understanding of the Bible required an intense encounter with the land of the Bible.

Teaching

I teach "New Testament," "Principles of Biblical Interpretation," and "The Death of Jesus." I authored Concordia's online courses: "Scripture and its Interpretation: a Global Perspective" and "Callings: Christianity and Vocation." I also teach "Lutheran Doctrine 1 and 2" from an exegetical perspective.

Biblical Studies

I teach “New Testament,” “Principles of Biblical Interpretation,” and “The Death of Jesus.” I authored Concordia’s online courses: “Scripture and its Interpretation: a Global Perspective” and “Callings: Christianity and Vocation.” I also teach “Lutheran Doctrine 1 and 2” from an exegetical perspective.
My course, "Archaeology and the Bible," includes an iteration involving overseas travel. I also work with students interested in various aspects of field archaeology.

Archaeology

My course, “Archaeology and the Bible,” includes an iteration involving overseas travel. I also work with students interested in various aspects of field archaeology.
I introduce my students to the "Basics of Biblical Greek" and offer reading opportunities focused on the Gospels and the Epistles.

Biblical Greek

I introduce my students to the “Basics of Biblical Greek” and offer reading opportunities focused on the Gospels and the Epistles.
Although the program has been phased out, one of my great joys was to direct and teach in the University Honors Program for twelve classes. These interdisciplinary courses sought to integrate faith and learning while meeting the General Education requirements of the university.

University Honors Program in litteris fideque

Although the program has been phased out, one of my great joys was to direct and teach in the University Honors Program for twelve classes. These interdisciplinary courses sought to integrate faith and learning while meeting the General Education requirements of the university.

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