John Mark Hicks (1957- ) is Professor of Theology at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN (since 2000) and Adjunct Professor of Christian Doctrine at Harding University Graduate School of Religion in Memphis, TN (teaching there since 1991). Hicks has previously taught at Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN; Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX; The Institute for Christian Theology and Ministry in St. Petersburg, Russia; Alabama Christian School of Religion (now Regions University); and Magnolia Bible College.
Hicks received his B.A. in Bible from Freed-Hardeman University (1977), his M.A.R. in Theological Studies from Westminster Theological Seminary (1979), his M.A. in Humanities (Philosophy) from Western Kentucky University (1980), and his Ph.D. in Reformation and Post-Reformation History from Westminster Theological Seminary (1985).
He has published numerous popular and scholarly articles, contributed to thirteen books, and authored an additional eight.
In addition to various ministry positions in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Alabama and Mississippi, he has served as an education minister in churches in Memphis and Nashville, as well as a church planter in Cordova, TN. At present he is preaching for the Sycamore View Church of Christ in Memphis, TN. Hicks has lectured widely across the U.S. and in Japan, Korea, Uganda, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Croatia, Italy, Ukraine, Jamaica, England, Wales, Russia, and Honduras.
Down in the River to Pray: Revisioning Baptism as God's Transforming Work (with Greg Taylor, 2004)
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Kingdom Come: Embracing the Spiritual Legacy of David Lipscomb and James Harding (with Bobby Valentine, 2006)
1 & 2 Chronicles (The College Press NIV Commentary, Old Testament Series, 2001)
Woman's role in the church (1978)
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