Interim Dean, School of Ministry
Mark Goodwin, who has taught in the university's Department of Theology for nearly two decades, has served as department chair since 2010. His interests in scripture are wide-ranging, but are focused on the New Testament and its first century Jewish environment. In 2001, Goodwin published a book, titled "Paul, Apostle of the Living God: Kerygma and Conversion in 2 Corinthians," which explores the Jewish character of Paul's God-talk.
He holds a doctorate and two master's degrees from Yale University – one in philosophy and one in religion – in addition to a bachelor's degree from John Hopkins University.
The University of Dallas School of Ministry offers various programs that meet the Catholic Church's educational needs through five strategic areas of focus: undergraduate and graduate degrees, a Catholic Biblical School, adult continuing educational programs, a Rome program study tour and an annual ministry conference. For more information, visit the School of Ministry.