Dean of the College of Biblical Studies
ACU Box 29400
Research Interests: Historical and theological dimensions of scholarship, literature, language, and background of the New Testament
Personal Interests: Running, watching movies, hiking, visiting national parks, and eating dark chocolate
Courses Taught: Greek, New Testament, New Testament backgrounds, and New Testament ethics
- Co-authored God's Holy Fire with Mark W. Hamilton and James W. Thompson
- Authored The Mystery of Godliness: Great Themes from 1 Timothy.
- Wrote for and edited The Transforming Word.
Ken Cukrowski did his undergraduate work in Bible and French at Abilene Christian University. Later, he completed his M.Div. at Yale Divinity School, and his doctoral studies in New Testament at Yale University. He taught at Bangor Theological Seminary in Maine for two years before a three-year tenure at Lubbock Christian University. He currently serves as the interim dean for the College of Biblical Studies at ACU. In ministry contexts, he has served as an associate minister, education minister, and youth minister. He is a deacon for the university ministry in his local congregation. He and his wife Karen have two daughters, Katie and Krista, who are in college at ACU.