Scott Ellington is an associate professor in the School of Christian Ministries. He and his wife, Linda, received a call to missionary service while in college and taught for 14 years in Bible colleges and seminaries in Mexico, England and Germany. Linda is a veterinarian, and they have two daughters.
Scott received his B.S. in applied psychology at Georgia Tech in 1983, his M.Div. and Th.M. from Columbia Theological Seminary in 1990 and 1994, and his Ph.D. in biblical studies at the University of Sheffield in 2000.
Outside the classroom Scott’s interests include writing, travel, cooking and community theater. He has recently completed his first book, Risking Truth: Transforming the World Through Prayers of Lament, and has received the 2012 Award for Excellence from The Foundation for Pentecostal Scholarship for his 2011 journal article "'Can I Get a Witness': The Myth of Pentecostal Orality and the Process of Traditioning in the Psalms" published in the Journal of Pentecostal Theology.
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