Jamal-Dominique Hopkins

Dr. Jamal-Dominique Hopkins

Address1530 Harden Street
Columbia, SC 29204
Webwww.dickersongreenseminary.org, www.jamalhopkins.com

Dean and Associate Professor of Biblical Languages and Literature, Dickerson-Green Theological Seminary, Allen University and is a Pedagogy Fellow at the Yale University Center for Faith and Culture

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

Dr. Hopkins previously was an Assistant Professor of Bible and Theology at Crichton College in Memphis, Tennessee and an Associate Professor and Department Chair of Biblical Studies and Languages at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia. He is Dean of Dickerson-Green Theological Seminary and Department of Religion at Allen University, and Associate Professor of Biblical Languages and Literature. Hopkins is a Pedagogy Fellow of the Christ and Being Human Project at the Yale University Center for Faith and Culture. Hopkins is a former 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 was ordained in the Church of God in Christ and the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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