George E. Goldman

George Goldman

Associate Professor of Biblical Studies
ggoldman@hcu.edu

George E. Goldman teaches Greek, Christian worldview, and Biblical Studies. He has preached for a number of congregations, served as a youth camp director, and participated in seventeen domestic and three foreign evangelistic campaigns, He and his wife, Sara, have two adult children, Katie Smoak of Knoxville, TN and George II of Franklin, TN.

Education

M.Th., Harding University Graduate School of Religion, 1984

M.A., Harding University Graduate School of Religion, 1974

B.A., Southeastern State University,1971

A.A., Cameron Junior College, Lawton, Oklahoma,1966

Selected Publications

“The Spirit Within – A Seal and Guarantee.” ed. David L. Lipe. Henderson, TN: Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship, 2002.

“The Fire That Consumes, Edited by Edward Fudge.” ed. David L. Lipe. Henderson, TN: Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship, 1998.

“Fathering from a Biblical Prospective.” ed. David L. Lipe. Henderson,TN: Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship. 1995.

“Forms of Expression in Worship.” In Worship in Spirit and Truth, ed. David L. Lipe. Henderson, TN: Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship,1994.

“Christ in the Book of Hebrews.” In Christ in You, the Hope of Glory, ed. Winfred Claiborne. Henderson, TN: Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship, 1993.

“The Case from the New Testament Documents.” In The Case for Christianity, ed. Edwin Jones. Knoxville: East Tennessee School of Preaching and Missions, 1989.