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Douglas K. Blount is a former faculty member of DTS. This page is maintained as a reference.

Douglas K. Blount

Professor of Theological Studies

BA, Baylor University, 1986; MA, 1988; MA, University of Notre Dame, 1991; PhD, 1998.

Prior to joining the faculty of Dallas Seminary, Dr. Blount served on the faculties of Criswell College and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. His passions include helping students both to think Christianly and to grow in their commitment to that faith once for all delivered over to the saints. He and his wife, Andrea, have two children, Katie and Andrew.

Douglas K. Blount
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  1. Blount, Douglas K., "Togas, Tulips, and the Philosophy of Openness." Southwestern Journal of Theology 47 (2005). 177-89.
  2. Blount, Douglas K., "For the Bible Tells Me So: The Rationality of Inerrancy." Areopagus Journal 2 (2002). 21-28.
  3. Blount, Douglas K., "Apologetics and the Ordinances of the Church." Southwestern Journal of Theology 43 (2001). 68-83.
  4. Blount, Douglas K., "Swinburne and the Doctrine of Divine Timelessness." Philosophia Christi 2 (2000). 35-52.
  5. Blount, Douglas K., "Euthanasia, Capital Punishment and Mistakes-Are-Fatal Arguments." Public Affairs Quarterly 10 (1996). 279-90.

Managing Editor, Southwestern Journal of Theology, 2003-2007. Member, Advisory Board, Philosophia Christi, 1998-2003. Issue Editor, Southwestern Journal of Theology, 43:2 (2001).

Academic Interests

  • Christian Apologetics
  • Hermeneutics
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Philosophical Theology
  • Theology Proper