Don Michael Hudson

Professor in Bristol, Tennessee

Don Michael Hudson

Professor in Bristol, Tennessee

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“The person makes the scholar, not the scholar the person.” A critical thinker should be thoroughly trained in a Classical, liberal arts education; and yet, hazard journeys, venture forays in ways that enrich our humanity and challenge our cherished visions of the world—in other words, keep pushing the boundaries, crossing margins, and occasionally jumping the guardrails.

I teach Ancient Near Eastern Semitics and Religious Studies as an Associate Professor and Chair of the Philosophy and Religion Department at King University in Bristol, TN. I lecture and write in the areas of Hebrew Language and Literature, Religion and Politics in a Global Context, Levantine Archaeology in the Late Bronze/Iron 1, and Religious Radicalism. I also manage King's participation in the Tel Azekah archaeological dig with Heidelberg University.

Author of books and articles in the academic and trade arenas. Co-founder of The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.

  • Work
    • King College Arts and Sciences
  • Education
    • PhD, Westminster