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Matthew Hauge, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Biblical Studies
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Email: mhauge@apu.edu
Matthew Ryan Hauge, Ph.D., is assistant professor of biblical studies, and has written, co-edited, and contributed to three volumes, The Biblical Tour of Hell (2013), Character Studies in the Gospel of Mark (2014), and New Testament and Empire (2014). He is the co-chair of the Society of Biblical Literature Seminar on Markan Literary Sources, and is a regular speaker at professional conferences across the country on ancient literature. Alongside teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, he serves as theologian-in-residence at his local church body, Mountainside Communion.

Education

Ph.D., Religion (New Testament), Claremont Graduate University, 2011
M.A., Biblical Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1998
B.A., Biblical Studies, Azusa Pacific University, 1996

Departments

  • Honors College
  • School of Theology
    • Undergraduate: Department of Biblical Studies

Expertise

  • Ancient Education and Literary Composition
  • Disability Studies in Antiquity
  • Greco-Roman Literature and Early Christian Narrative
  • Q, the Synoptic Gospels, and the Book of Acts
  • Semiotics and the History of Biblical Interpretation

Courses Taught

UBBL 330 – Life and Teachings of Jesus
UBBL 340 – Romans and Galatians
UBBL 343 – The General Epistles
UBBL 451 – Greco-Roman World
UBBL 496 – Senior Seminar: Biblical Theology and Ethics
UBBL 230 – Luke/Acts

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