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David Saxon

School: College of Bible and Church Ministries

Rank:  Professor

Credentials

  • PhD Church History, Bob Jones University
  • MA Church History, Bob Jones University
  • BS Mathematics, Bob Jones University

Dr. David Saxon and his wife, Jamie, have four children: Lance, Shane, Clint, and Bethany; three daughters-in-law: Jenni (Lance), Amily (Shane), and Abigail (Clint); and three grandchildren: Chipper, Anandra, and Olivia (Lance and Jenni). Dr. Saxon has served as an adult Sunday School teacher and choir director for his local church, New Testament Baptist Church in Columbus, Wisconsin. He loves spicy Cajun food, reading, and sports (especially basketball). His favorite president is George Washington, because he believes Washington was “a giant among giants, the man who held the Founding Fathers together and persevered against all odds.” Until he and his wife are able to go to the Swiss Alps, their first choice for a vacation spot will continue to be Door County in Wisconsin.

Dr. David Saxon taught math at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina as both part-time (1985-1988) and full-time (1989-1990) math faculty. He also taught as part-time math faculty at Greenville Technical College from 1990 until he came to Maranatha in 1999. Dr. Saxon also served as a pastor/elder at Community Baptist Church in Greer, SC, from 1990 until 1999.

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