Andrew King

Assistant Dean of Spurgeon College and Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
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Dr. Andrew M. King serves as Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Spurgeon College and Assistant Dean of Spurgeon College. He earned his Ph.D. and Th.M. in Old Testament from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Mississippi State University.

Dr. King’s research interests include Prophetic Literature, particularly The Book of the Twelve (Minor Prophets), as well as Old Testament hermeneutics, social ethics, and biblical theology. He is the author of Social Identity and the Book of Amos (T&T Clark, 2020) and is currently writing a commentary on Hosea in the Pillar Old Testament Commentary series (Eerdmans, forthcoming).

He has also edited books such as The Law, The Prophets, and The Writings: Studies in Evangelical Old Testament Hermeneutics in Honor of Duane A. Garrett (B&H, 2021) and Five Views on Christ in the Old Testament: Genre, Authorial Intent, and the Nature of Scripture (Zondervan, 2022).

Dr. King serves as a co-director of Every Voice: A Center for Kingdom Diversity in Christian Theological Education. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the Institute for Biblical Research, and the Evangelical Theological Society.

He has participated in several seasons of excavation at the archaeological site of Tel Dan in northern Israel.

He is married to Lauren and together they have four children. He is a member of Emmaus Church in Kansas City.

 

Publications
  • Social Identity and the Book of Amos — T&T Clark, 2020
  • The Law, The Prophets, and The Writings: Studies in Evangelical Old Testament Hermeneutics in Honor of Duane A. Garrett — edited by Andrew M. King, William R. Osborne, and Joshua M. Philpot (B&H, 2021)
  • Five Views on Christ in the Old Testament: Genre, Authorial Intent, and the Nature of Scripture — edited by Brian J. Tabb and Andrew M. King (Zondervan, 2022)
  • Hosea. The Pillar Old Testament Commentary — Eerdmans, forthcoming

Local Church:

Emmaus Church in Kansas City