At Concordia Saint Paul
Typical teaching at Concordia is in the areas of New Testament, Biblical Greek and Archaeology. General courses in theology may also be scheduled. Continuing education courses are offered in archaeology, the Galilean world of Jesus, and early Christianities
At the Hippos Excavation
In conjunction with the Hippos excavation, students may take courses in the basics of archaeology, field archaeology, Byzantine art and archaeology, and the material remains of Palestine. Full details are at http://nip.hippos.markschuler.com.
The Online Teacher Colloquy Program of the Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod features New Testament lectures by Prof. Schuler.
A Textbook Project
Four faculty members from the Concordia University System have formed an editorial group in order to produce a four-volume series of college-level introductory textbooks. Drs. Timothy Maschke (Concordia University Wisconsin), Steven Mueller (Concordia University Irvine), Mark Schuler (Concordia University Saint Paul) and Andrew Steinmann (Concordia University River Forest) will serve as the editorial board and respective volume editors. The series, titled Called by the Gospel: Introductions to Christian History and Thought from a Distinctly Lutheran Perspective, will include textbooks for Old Testament, New Testament, Christian Doctrine and Church History.