Clarence Guy, Adjunct Faculty and Instructor
Office: Stabler Hall, Room 307
I began teaching at UALR part-time in 1998. My first teaching assignment was at the Benton Center. At that time, I was working as a chaplain with the Arkansas Department of Correction, Wrightsville Unit. I was offered and accepted a full-time instructor position in the department August 2000.
The first course that I taught was Religious World Views. Since that first teaching assignment in Benton, I have taught a variety of courses including Biblical Theology Themes, Christianity, Ethics and Society, Ethics and Society and NCAA, Judaism, and Introduction to Philosophy. I have enjoyed teaching in all of these areas, but I have to admit that my favorite area is social ethics.
Courses Regularly Taught: Ethics and Society, Themes in Biblical Theology
Representative Professional Activities
I am the pastor of the small congregation of Lee Chapel at North Little Rock, an African American Methodist Episcopal. Few years back, I served as a chaplain with the Arkansas Department of Corrections, where I was counseling for inmates. Today, as part of my ministry, I am volunteering as a counselor in the State Prison. Also, as part of my community service, I teach critical thinking skills at the North Little Rock elementary school. Furthermore, I am a counselor for battered women.
MTS Theology 1992
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
BA Social Science 1977
Arkansas Baptist College, Little Rock, Arkansas