Scott Horrell

Dr. Horrell has been a missionary, pastor, and theologian in various world cultures working with many groups including the Baptist General Conference (Converge), Youth with a Mission (YWAM), InterVarsity Missions, WorldTeam, Children’s Relief International, and Christar. In the last 20 years at Dallas Seminary his focus is biblical-systematic theology as well as world religions and worldwide Christianity. He is adjunct professor at SETECA (PhD/DET Guatemala), the Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary (Amman), and the Center for Leadership Development (Mozambique). In Brazil, he taught at several seminaries and cofounded a leading theological journal; he has written several books in Portuguese and English. He especially loves to orient students to a global understanding of Christian faith and the implications of the triune God for all of life.

Educational Background

  • AB, Seattle Pacific University, 1971
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1977
  • ThD, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1988
  • Visiting Scholar, Tyndale House, Cambridge, England, 1993

Courses Taught

  • ST5101 - Theological Method and Bibliology
  • ST5102 - Trinitarianism
  • ST5103 - Angelology, Anthropology, and Hamartiology
  • ST5104 - Soteriology
  • ST5295 - Systematic Theology Colloquium
  • ST5410 - Theology of Alternative Religious Movements
  • ST5415 - Theology and World Religions
  • ST5420 - Global Christian Theology
  • TS8205 - Colloquium in Systematic Theology
  • DM7103 - Applied Research Project
  • MIM5535 - Theology and World Religions
  • MIM5550 - Global Christian Theology
  • DM7705 - Select Topics of Theological Issues in Today's Ministry