B.A., Pensacola Christian College
M.A., University of West Florida
Doctoral study: Indiana University of Pennsylvania
A Word from the Chair of Humanities
What I learned from PCC has become my passion for all the students who study in the humanities department. Whether it’s criminal justice where our students learn to practice biblical ethics by being “a minister of God . . . for good” (Romans 13:4), or professional writing where students learn to communicate the hope of the gospel through powerful writing, PCC’s humanities department is committed to the Bible and its answers to humanity’s problems.
Each program within the department is dedicated to the pursuit of Truth, the Person of Jesus Christ as He is revealed in the Scriptures. Our students learn to pursue truth in language, literature, history, law and government, communication and writing—as they use their gifts (criminal justice, English, history, political science, pre-law, humanities) for Him.
As they pursue truth, they establish a biblical worldview. Because the pursuit of Truth as revealed in the Bible is the foundation for our academic programs, our students learn to practice biblical, critical thinking—a necessary skill in today’s climate.
Mrs. Marie Thompson
Chair of Humanities Department