Kevin Clarke, D.Min.
Assistant Professor, 2017
Interim Division Chair, General Studies (College)
B.S. in Information Technology, Northern Caribbean University
M.S. in Information Technology, Nova Southeastern University
M.Div., South Florida Bible College & Theological Seminary
D.Min. (Candidate), South Florida Bible College & Theological Seminary
Kevin D. Clarke earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Science with a minor in Mathematics from Northern Caribbean University and a master’s degree in Information Systems Security from Nova Southeastern University. He later came to South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary (SFBC&TS) where he completed the Master of Divinity degree and is currently pursuing the Doctor of Ministry degree with emphasis in Global Engagement. Kevin started to teach at SFBC&TS in 2017 and is now serving as the Interim Division Chair for General Studies. His area of specialty is mathematics. Kevin is a native of Jamaica and an ordained pastor who enjoys learning about other cultures and traveling in his leisure time.
- “Exploitation of Workers and Social Justice in the Book of Amos”, South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary Journal Vol. IV (2016): 1-11.
- Review of The Monkhood of All Believers: The Monastic Foundation of Christian Spirituality, by Greg Peters. Reading Religion (June 2022). https://readingreligion.org/9780801098055/the-monkhood-of-all-believers/
COURSES TAUGHT IN HIGHER EDUCATION
- Intermediate Algebra
- College Algebra
- World Religions
- Introduction to Logic
- Old Testament Survey
- Introduction to Earth Science