• Mark Proctor
    Mark Proctor, PhD
    Assistant Professor of New Testament

    Proctor joined Lee’s faculty in 2009 as an Assistant Professor of New Testament. He graduated from Baylor University with a PhD in Religious Studies, where he studied under renowned Luke-Acts scholar Mikeal Parsons. His dissertation concerned an important text-critical problem in Mark 1:41, and sought to build a case for the “Western” text’s angry Jesus. Before coming to Lee, Proctor taught Biblical studies and philosophy at Houston Baptist University for more than six years.

    His areas of interest and academic research include the following: Gospel studies; textual, historical, and narrative criticisms; Pauline studies; and Koine Greek.

    Proctor’s involvement in biblical scholarship is ongoing; he values scholarly writing and actively participates in the scholarly guild. He has published various essays in edited volumes and articles in peer-reviewed journals. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and frequently delivers papers at professional meetings.

    Proctor and his wife Wendy have two daughters, Lauren and Esther. Outside of the classroom, he enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, and participating in motorsports (particularly drag racing).

Academic Calendar

3/01
Deadline for applying for student teaching in the Fall
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Deadline for applying for student teaching in the Fall
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3/05
Spring Break - No Classes
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3/06
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3/07
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3/08
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