Ken Turner (PhD, Old Testament Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Professor of Biblical Studies at Bryan College, with concentration in Old Testament, Hebrew, and Greek. His scholarly publications focus on Deuteronomy. He contributed a chapter, “How to Teach Genesis 1 at a Christian College,” in J. Daryl Charles, ed.,Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation (Hendrickson, 2013). Ken’s interest in origins stems from his background (including a Bachelor’s degree in Physics & Math Education, Arizona State University), his interaction with college students, and his involvement in the homeschool world (he and his wife homeschool their five children).
- By Ken Turner
If Walton is Right on His Function-Only View: Some Implications
John Walton's interpretation of Genesis 1 is compelling and deservedly popular, yet some scholars have doubts about the validity of his conclusions.
Christian Education and its Shortcomings: Why We Need a Fair and Balanced Approach to Origins
Too many students believe in a particular viewpoint with deep passion and emotion, but are unable to articulate their own view in detail, much less any views that differ from their own.