Dr. Curtis K. Horn, Jr. is Professor of Christian Studies at North Greenville University. He has been a member of the NGU faculty for fifteen years. Dr. Horn received graduate degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, including a PhD in New Testament Studies and a Master of Divinity degree. He also holds a BS in Aviation Science from Parks College of St. Louis University. Dr. Horn’s additional graduate study includes research at Baylor University and Brite Divinity School of Texas Christian University.
At NGU, Dr. Horn teaches general education Old and New Testament survey courses, specialized courses on the life and theology of the apostle Paul, Christian ethics, beginning and intermediate New Testament Greek, as well contemporary special topics in the Senior Seminar course. Outside the College of Christian Studies, Dr. Horn teaches Christian worldview in the Honors Program, and is currently the chairman of the Honors Program faculty committee. Dr. Horn has written for the Bible backgrounds periodical, Biblical Illustrator.
Dr. Horn’s classroom extends into his office and his home. He is frequently seen in his office mentoring students through the complexities of life decisions. Together, Dr. Horn and his wife, Mary, open their home to NGU students in order to facilitate the building of community and the broadening of his students’ educational experience.