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Mark Jennings

  • Adjunct Professor of New Testament


  • B.A. (Furman University)
  • M.Ed., M.A. (University of South Carolina)
  • M.A. (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
  • Ph.D. (Marquette University)


  • “Patronage and Rebuke in Paul’s Persuasion in 2 Corinthians 8–9,” Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 6 (2009): 107–27.
  • “The Veil and the High Priestly Robes of the Incarnation: Understanding the Context of Heb 10:20,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 31 (2010): 85–97


 As a Ph.D. in Ancient Christianity and Judaism, Mark Jennings's interests include Pauline letters, narrative criticism of the Gospels, and the social dynamics of the New Testament world. Mark is an alumnus of Gordon-Conwell (MABL '05) and also has degrees from Furman University (B.A.) and the University of South Carolina (M.A., M.Ed.). Prior to attending Gordon-Conwell, Mark studied Greek and Pauline theology at Oxford University (Linacre). He is a member of South Shore Baptist Church (Hingham, MA) where he serves as an elder and regularly teaches. When he is not conversing about the New Testament, Jonathan Edwards and Koine Greek, one can regularly find Mark engaged in deep discussions regarding SEC football and the Red Sox. Mark lives with his wife and three sons in Weymouth, MA.