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Kay Fountain

Kay Fountain 


Ph.D. (Old Testament Biblical Studies) University of Auckland, New Zealand (1999)
M.Div., Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Baguio City, Philippines (1995)
M.A. in Min., Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Baguio City, Philippines (1994)
B.A. (Bible/Theology), ICI University, (1986)
Diploma in Teaching, New Zealand Education Department (1974)
B.Sc. Hons (Mathematics), Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand (1973)
B.Sc. (Mathematics), Victoria University Wellingtion, New Zealand (1972)

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Teaching Areas: Hebrew, Old Testament & Research Methods

Ministerial Background
Prior to joining the faculty of APTS, Kay, a New Zealand national, was in charge of Adult Christian Education at Takapuna Assembly of God (now Harbourside Church, North Shore City, New Zealand. She also served as Instructor of ICI University (now Global University) for six years in New Zealand. She is an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God in New Zealand.
Areas of Research Interest, Writings and Teachings
The title of her M.Div. thesis is, “An Exploratory Study of Levels of Moral Reasoning Among Filipino College Students as a Function of Academic Setting (Theological or Secular), Level of Self-Esteem and Gender,”. The title of her Ph.D. was “Literary and Empirical Readings of the Books of Esther”. This has been published by Peter Lang under the same title.
Other publications include:
  • “Where the Spirit of the Lord is . . .” : A Commentary on the Release of Women into Ministry in Dharma Deepika, India.
  • “An Investigation into Successful Leadership Transitions in the Old Testament” in APTS 40th Anniversary Volume and in the Asian Journal for Pentecostal Studies.
  • 1987 – Teacher’s Guide for ICI Christian Service Program book, Abundant Living: A Study of the Fruit of the Spirit.
Family and Personal Interests
In addition to her role as Academic Dean and lecturing in Old Testament at the Seminary, Kay is also Senior Pastor of International Praise Center, an international Assemblies of God Church in Baguio. She also travels in her summer breaks to Mongolia, where she teaches in the Bible School, and is an advisor to the National Council of the Assemblies of God in Mongolia. Kay is currently adjunct faculty at Alphacrusis in Sydney. During her spare time Kay is a keen Scuba Diver, having qualified for both the Master Scuba Diver, and Dive Master certification with PADI.
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