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Foreign language educator , religious educator

James Alton Hinkle, religious educator, foreign language educator. Named one of Outstanding Young Men American, 1973. Consultant Nebraska District Court Clerks, 1989; vice president York Booster Club, 1987-1988. Member Biblical Archaeol. Society, York College Forum (president 1984-1985), Lectureship Committee (chairman 1985-1990), National Christian Counselors Association.

Background

Hinkle, James Alton was born on December 8, 1940 in Athens, Alabama, United States. Son of F. Samuel and S. Neva Hinkle.

Education

Bachelor in Communication, David Lipscomb University, Nashville, 1963. Master of Arts in Greek, Harding University, Memphis, 1969. Doctor of Ministry, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, 1986.

Career

Teacher, Hickman County Schools, Centerville, Tennessee, 1963-1964;minister, Church of Christ, Parsons, Tennessee, 1964-1970;minister, Church of Christ, Janesville, Wisconsin, 1970-1978;professor, York (Nebraska) College, since 1978;department chairman, York (Nebraska) College, 1987-1990. Consultant Living in Harmony, York, since 1983. Consultant in marriage in family.

Membership

Consultant Nebraska District Court Clerks, 1989. Vice president York Booster Club, 1987-1988. Member Biblical Archaeol.

Society, York College Forum (president 1984-1985), Lectureship Committee (chairman 1985-1990), National Christian Counselors Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fishing, travel, sports, reading.

Connections

Married Harriett Ann Walker, November 28, 1963. Children; Keith, Maribeth, Jim.

father:
F. Samuel

mother:
S. Neva Hinkle

spouse:
Harriett Ann Walker