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Brandon Fredenburg, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean, Alfred and Patricia Smith College of Biblical Studies; Associate Professor of Biblical Studies

Education
  • Ph.D., The University of Denver and The Iliff School of Theology
  • M.Div., Beeson Divinity School of Samford University
  • M.A., Lipscomb University
  • B.A., Lipscomb University
Office Hours
  • By appointment
Current Classes
  • Elementary Greek I & II, undergraduate and graduate (in-class and online)
  • Romans, undergraduate and graduate (in-class and online)
  • Nature and Function of Scripture (in-class and hybrid)
  • Ethical Christian Living (hybrid)

Biography

Brandon L. Fredenburg is a professor of Biblical Studies and assistant dean for the Alfred and Patricia Smith College of Biblical Studies  His current primary responsibility is to lead the Bible department faculty toward accreditation of three graduate programs by the Association of Theological Schools. Realizing a decades-long dream, Brandon will complete a two-year Certification in Spiritual Direction program through SMU's Perkins School of Theology in December 2015. He and his family are active members at Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock and he serves as secretary for the Carpenter's Church board of directors. 

Latest News

  • "Ezekiel" in The Transforming Word: A One-Volume Commentary on the Bible (ACU Press, 2009)
  • Judge, Stone-Campbell Journal's annual undergraduate and graduate research paper contest
  • "Ezekiel and Sabbaths," a paper presented to the Christian Scholars' Conference, 2008
  • Currently writing a programmed reader for Hellenistic Greek