2016-17 Winter

RLGN 1302 New Testament History

RLGN/PHIL 4314 Biblical Interpretation

RLGN/PHIL 5314 Biblical Interpretation

RLGN 4316 The Pentateuch and Former Prophets

RLGN 5316 The Pentateuch and Former Prophets

2016 Fall

RLGN 4326 The Ministry of the Holy Spirit

RLGN 5326 The Ministry of the Holy Spirit

RLGN 1301 Old Testament History

RLED 4308 Evangelism

RLED 5308 Evangelism

2016 Summer

RLGN 1302 New Testament History

RLGN 4302 Christian Theology

RLGN 4319 Preaching

RLGN 5319 Preaching

RLGN 5346 Christian Theology

2016 Spring

RLED 4302 Church Administration

RLED 5302 Church Administration

RLGN 1301 Old Testament History

RLGN 4325 Historical Theology

RLGN 5325 Historical Theology


2015-2016 Winter

RLGN 1302 New Testament History

RLGN 4311 New Religious Movements

RLGN 5311 New Religious Movements

PHIL 4314 Biblical Interpretation

PHIL 5314 Biblical Interpretation


Biographical information

Dr. Schlittenhart was born and raised in the plains of North Dakota. While in North Dakota, Dr. Schlittenhart worked in rodeos, the oil fields, and drove truck delivering oil field equipment and products before responding to God's call to enter ministerial work. In 1985 Dr. Schlittenhart moved to Texas to begin his higher education in preparation for ministry. Dr. Schlittenhart earned his Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Dallas Baptist University, his Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX, and in December 2002 earned his Ph.D. in Theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Schlittenhart has also been trained in Prepare/Enrich and Taylor Johnson Temperament Analysis programs for ministerial counseling services.

During his years of education in Texas, Dr. Schlittenhart served six years as youth and associate minister at Highland Park Baptist Church in Dallas, TX and twelve years as pastor of Bonita Baptist Church in Nocona, TX. While serving as pastor, Dr. Schlittenhart also taught theology courses for Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Religion courses for Wayland Baptist University at Sheppard AFB.

Dr. Schlittenhart loves sports and has had the opportunity on two special occasions to combine his love of sports with creative ministry. In 1994, Dr. Schlittenhart and several of his ministerial friends who love to play basketball went for a two week mission trip to Madagascar as a sports evangelism team. The basketball team played national club teams across the island and conducted basketball clinics in schools. Medical missions were also included in the trip and the basketball players shared their testimonies during game intermissions and basketball clinics. A year later, Dr. Schlittenhart and several of his friends from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary played in a charity game against former great retired Dallas Cowboys like Tony Dorsett and Everson Walls. All proceeds from the game provided winter clothes to needy children in the Fort Worth area. The game ended in 71-71 tie and everyone enjoyed the entertainment, the level of competition, the sportsmanship of playing the game, and the benefit of meeting human needs. Dr. Schlittenhart also enjoys singing and playing his guitar in addition to other recreational activities.

Dr. Schlittenhart came to the Hawaii campus in September 2003 and serves as Assistant Professor of Religion and as Chaplain for the WBU Hawaii campus. In August 2003 just prior to moving to Hawaii, Dr. Schlittenhart had the joy and blessing of marrying one of his best friends and the woman of his dreams Erin, who has also served in youth,music, pastoral, and chaplain ministry positions and is currently teaching at Hawaii Baptist Academy and serving at Pali View Baptist Church as Educational/Discipleship Minister.