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Ken Guenter, MA

Associate Professor of Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern History
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  • Old Testament Literature
  • Ancient and Medieval World
  • Introduction to the Prophets
  • Bible Synthesis
  O God, from my youth you have taught me, and I still proclaim your wondrous deeds. So even to old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake me, until I proclaim your might to another generation. Psa 71:17-18 

Teaching Philosophy

Whether it is in biblical studies or ancient history, my job is to help students build new ways of thinking; especially about how to read their Bibles, so that they can love God and obey him for the rest of their lives.


The son of missionary parents who led a ministry amongst lepers in Nigeria, Ken returned to Canada to attend Caronport High School and Briercrest Bible College. While studying at the University of Saskatchewan he married Judy and they moved to Caronport in 1972. They have four married sons and seven grandchildren. Ken enjoys making functional pottery, working with his hands, and especially, introducing college students to the Old Testament narrative, the Prophets and their development in the New Testament.


LHD, Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa, Briercrest College and Seminary, 2019
Old Testament Studies, Regent College, 1981, 1983, 2016
MA, Wilfred Laurier University, 1979
Saskatchewan Teacher's Certificate, 1972
BA, University of Saskatchewan, 1971
Diploma, Briercrest Bible Institute, 1968


Biblical Intertextuality
Old Testament
The historical, geographical, and archaeological context of the Old Testament


  • “The Word of The Lord to the Ruling Houses in Samuel and Kings.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 62.2 (June 2019) 309–29.
  • "Blessed Is He Who Comes: Why Psalm 118 was Recited for Jesus' Triumphal Entry." Bibliotheca Sacra, 173 (October–December, 2016) 427-449.
  • "Implications of Palaeolithic Stratigraphy for Creationist Models of Prehistory." Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 18, Num. 3, 1981.
TESOL feels like a family all the time! It's also a really practical degree because you have the Biblical core and the theology to be able to articulate the gospel to those in need and all the training required to be able to teach English.
Meghan Cee