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Scott Carr, Jr. is a lifelong Christian, passionate about theological study, biblical interpretation, church history and ecumenical dialogue for the purpose of helping people know the love of Jesus better. He studied Music Composition at Eastern University and earned his Master of Divinity from Calvin Theological Seminary. He is a voracious reader and has a background in various denominations, setting him on a journey through a broad width of the Christian tradition.

He currently teaches Middle School Bible at Atlantic Christian School in Egg Harbor Township. He has served on staff at Fairfield Presbyterian Church, Liberti Church Center City and Main Line, and Bridgeton Christian School. His writing has appeared in The Anglican DigestCalvin Theologian Journal, Carpenter Theologian, and Seasonal Journal.

For more information on Scott, download his CV.

Matthew 18:3 “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven."


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