Jamal-Dominique Hopkins


Dr. Jamal-Dominique Hopkins

E-mailjhopkins@itc.edu
Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA
Phone404-527-7700
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Assistant Professor for New Testament,, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary

B.A., Howard University,
Master of Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., University of Manchester (England),

Dr. Hopkins previously an Assistant Professor of Bible and Theology at Crichton College in Memphis, Tennessee. He is a consultant for Church Growth and Development, and the founder of J. D. Institute (www.jdinstitute.org), a public intellectual institute which engages in social and cultural thought from a biblical perspective. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the Society for Pentecostal Studies, the COGIC Scholars Fellowship of the Obsidian’s Society, and is a board member of the National Black Evangelical Association (NBEA).

Much of Dr. Hopkins’ research has lead to scholarly presentations throughout the United States and in such countries as Italy, England, Slovenia, Austria and Scotland. His article entitled “Dead Sea Scrolls: Jerusalem Priesthood in the Scrolls,” appears in the Encyclopedia for the Historical Jesus (Routledge Press). Other publications include, “The Authoritative Status of Jubilees at Qumran,” in Henoch: Journal of Second Temple Judaism (2009/1) and “Duty or Responsibility? The African-American Evangelical Identity,” in the Journal of African American Christian Thought (2008/1).

Dr. Hopkins is an ordained Elder of the Church of God in Christ and an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the C.O.G.I.C. Scholars Fellowship, and the Obsidian Society. He is Director of J. D. Institute (www.jdinstitute.org) as well as serves on the board of the National Black Evangelical Association (NBEA) and on the editorial board of the Journal of African American Christian Thought.

Areas of Interest

New Testament;



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