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Tom Martin
Associate Professor of Religious Studies
Phone: 570-372-4166
Office Location: Bogar Hall - Rm 023
Office Hours: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., MWF

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Academic Credentials:
DPHIL, Oxford University
MA, Oral Roberts University
BA, Oral Roberts University

Martin specializes in New Testament interpretation. He teaches courses on Paul, Jesus and apocalyptic literature. His research interests currently focus on literary critical and environmental ethics issues in the Book of Revelation.  He also teaches on science and religion. He has published articles in the areas of Gospel research and theological pedagogy. Martin is a Lutheran pastor.


  • GREK-101 Elementary Koine Greek I
  • GREK-102 Elementary Koine Greek II
  • GREK-201 Intermediate Greek Exegesis
  • GREK-300 Advanced Studies
  • HONS-100 Thought
  • HONS-301 Environmental Ethics
  • HONS-301 Fiction of C. S. Lewis
  • PRDV-104 Perspectives
  • RELI-101 Introduction to Religious Studies
  • RELI-102 Applied Biblical Ethics
  • RELI-103 The New Testament
  • RELI-110 Introduction to Religious Studies
  • RELI-235 Environmental Ethics
  • RELI-305 Environmental Ethics
  • RELI-305 Fiction of C. S. Lewis
  • RELI-400 C. S. Lewis
  • RELI-400 Dir. Readings - Gospel of Mark
  • RELI-400 Environmental Ethics
  • RELI-400 Greek 1B
  • RELI-400 Greek I
  • RELI-400 Interfaith Food Ethics
  • RELI-400 Science and Religion
  • RELI-400 Susquehanna's Recylng Culture
  • RELI-400 The Historical Jesus
  • RELI-500 Capstone
  • RELI-503 Internship

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