Kirk Lee Spencer

Senior Associate Professor of Science & History
Kirk Spencer, Senior Associate Professor of Science and History
Kirk Lee Spencer 214.818.1325
  • 2016 Doctor of Humane Letters, Criswell College
  • 2007 Summer Field Study in Archaeology, Zippori Excavations, Hebrew University
  • 2006 Summer Field Study in Archaeology, Qumran Plateau Project, Dr. Randall Price
  • 1990-1996 Ph.D. Studies in Humanities, The University of Texas at Dallas
  • 1987-1989 Doctoral Studies in Science, Southern Methodist University
  • 1987 Summer Field Study in Archaeology, Tel Yoqneam, Yoqneam Project, Hebrew University
  • 1983-1987 M.S., Geology, Southern Methodist University
  • 1983 Summer Field Study in Geology, Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado, University of Texas
  • 1981-1983 B.S., Geology, (Honors) University of Texas at Austin
  • 1978-1980 Lee College, A.A., Geology
  • Typology charts of Bronze Age Aegean Swords in Dan Howard, “Bronze Age Military Equipment,” Pen and Sword Books Ltd. 2011.
  • Seax Classification Charts in Paul Mortimer, “Woden’s Warriors: Warfare, Beliefs, Arms and Armour in Northern Europe in 6th-7thh Centuries,” 2011.
  • “The Paleoecology of Faunas Associated with Fan-Delta Systems in the Pennsylvanian Taos Trough, Taos County, New Mexico” (Master’s Thesis, reported to geology department at SMU, collections Heroy Archives SMU).
  • “Stratigraphic Traps in Pennsylvanian Sand Bodies on the Eastern Shelf and Concho Platform” (Major assignment as geologist for Lomak Petroleum, maps and documents in the prospect files of Lomak Petroleum Michigan).
  • Contributor to The Believer’s Study Bible (study notes on Genesis and Psalms), Thomas Nelson, 1995.
  • “Creation: Fact or Fiction” Article for Essential Connection Magazine, January 1996 (republished in SBC Sunday School Board (now LifeWay) youth curriculum.
  • “A Study on Studying: What Every Student Should Know” Criswell Press and Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary; Internet Publication, 1998.
  • Biblical Archaeology
  • Ancient Near Eastern History and Culture
  • General Western Civilization
  • Greco-Roman Culture
  • Historical and Physical Geology
  • Philosophy and History of Science
  • Theories of Creation
  • Faith and Culture
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