Ed Neufeld

Ph.D.

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Professor of Biblical Studies

Education
Diploma Millar Memorial Bible Institute 
B.Th., Providence College, 1978
M.A., Providence Theological Seminary, 1980
Ph.D., Marquette University, 1986

Contact Information

Personal and Research Interests

Ed Neufeld teaches primarily New Testament Bible and Greek. He has four interests. One, he wants to read (and teach others to read) the Bible carefully. It says things we don’t believe, but we don’t notice this when we read it. What does the Bible actually say, and, could it mean what it says? Two, Greek and also some Hebrew. He enjoys studying and teaching the Biblical languages.  Learning them is work, but beginning to read them always refreshes and adds colour. Three, discipleship. PTS trains people for ministry and service. When Jesus trained his people for leadership and service, he taught them how to follow him. Ed Neufeld thinks that’s still the most important thing leaders need to learn. Four, church and church life. After Jesus left, his followers lived out their faith and obedience in groups. In those days no one picked a church. The Lord called them to himself, and they found themselves with whomever else he called. Neufeld claims the NT says a lot more about how we treat each other than how we treat those outside. Ed’s been a part-time pastor since 1990. He does research mainly in the Gospels.

Professional Experience

2001 - Present: Providence Theological Seminary, Faculty
1990 - Present: Kleefeld Christian Community, Pastor
1997 - 2001: Providence Theological Seminary, Adjunct Faculty
1991 - 1997: Grunthal Mennonite Home for the Aged, Orderly
1984 - 1990: Providence Theological Seminary, Associate Professor

Course Syllabi

NT5102-162.22: Beginning Greek 2

NT5316 Paul's Letters: 1 & 2 Corinthians

NT5302L Synoptic Gospels: Mark (online)

NT5101 / 162.21 - Beginning Greek 1

NT5311N Revelation: New Testament Apocalyptic (Online)

 

 
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