Clinton Baldwin holds a Ph.D. in Religion from Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan with special emphasis in New Testament Textual Criticism since 2007. Between 2008 and August 2014, Clinton worked as an Associate Professor in the School of Religion and Theology at Northern Caribbean University (NCU), Jamaica, where he also served as Founding Director of the Biblical Manuscript Research Centre (BMRC). In addition to teaching at NCU, Dr. Baldwin also taught for the Inter-America Division Seminary (Puerto Rico) and Oakwood University (Huntsville, Alabama). While at NCU, he also hosted a weekly radio program entitled, Bible Beyond the Basics.
Dr. Baldwin has written five (5) books, namely, The Journey of the New Testament in Becoming a Book and the Relevance of New Testament Textual Criticism (2013); The So-Called Mixed Text: An Examination of the Non Alexandrian and
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Dr. Clinton Baldwin holds a Ph.D. in Religion from Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan with special emphasis in New Testament Textual Criticism.
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