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Our professors are distinguished scholars, active researchers, published writers, and faithful Christians who demonstrate what it means to be both Christ-followers and leaders in their academic fields. As mentors and role models, they play a huge role in the integration of faith and learning at Bethel.

Faculty

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Charles Bradshaw

Adjunct Faculty | cob79424@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2013

Jeannine Brown

Jeannine Brown

Professor of New Testament | j-brown@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2000

Dr. Brown has focused much of her research and writing on the Gospels, hermeneutics, and interdisciplinary integration. In addition to a book on biblical hermeneutics (Scripture as Communication, now in second edition) and two books on integration, she has published three commentaries on Matthew's Gospel and one on Philippians (Tyndale NT series). She is a member of the NIV translation team and is an editor for the NIV Study Bible, revised edition (2020). Her current writing projects includ. . . read more.

John Anthony Dunne

John Anthony Dunne

Assistant Professor of New Testament | j-dunne@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2017

Dr. Dunne's research interests lie primarily in the New Testament, the life and letters of Paul (esp. Galatians), Christian origins, and second temple Judaism. Within these frameworks he is fascinated by many things, including: theologies of suffering, eschatology, intertextuality, missiology and identity, participation with Christ, and the critique of imperial ideology.

Paul Ferris

Paul Ferris

Professor Emeritus | pferris@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 1998

Content and exegesis of the First Testament and biblical languages

Natalie Hendrickson

Natalie Hendrickson

Adjunct Faculty | natalie-hendrickson@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2000

Natalie is an Adjunct Faculty member who teaches internship and spiritual formation courses for the seminary. She formerly served as the Director of Supervised Ministry and Student Assessment at Bethel Seminary San Diego.

Alison Lo

Alison Lo

Associate Professor of Old Testament | alison-lo@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2019

Old Testament Teaching & Research. I am passionate about training church leaders to faithfully minister God's word and live out His truth. I dedicate myself to research work, believing that teaching and research must be integrated.

Mark McCloskey

Mark McCloskey

Professor | m-mccloskey@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 1998

Biblical theology of leadership, leadership formation, organizational leadership development, team building, virtue-based leadership, strategic planning

Sandra Oslund

Sandra Oslund

Collection Planning and Interlibrary Loan Librarian | s-oslund@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2003

As a member of the Seminary faculty, I collaborate with the teaching faculty in fulfilling the seminary’s educational mission. I am also the University Library liaison to Seminary programs and provide research assistance to Seminary students.

Ramon Pastrano

Ramon Pastrano

Adjunct Faculty | ramon-pastrano@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2003

Dr. Pastrano is the CEO and Founder of ImpactLives Inc. He founded ImpactLives in 2007 as a laboratory for social responsibility and innovation. Through awareness-based leadership and critical thinking, his model is designed to assist individuals and organizations in developing new frameworks from where to solve the world's most challenging problems. By critically reflecting on the social-cultural and geopolitical structures as a whole, his model helps to provide a better understanding of c. . . read more.

Andrew Rowell

Andrew Rowell

Assistant Professor of Ministry Leadership | a-rowell@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2013

Dr. Andy Rowell has taught mission, discipleship, and church leadership at Bethel Seminary since 2013.

Peter Vogt

Peter Vogt

Seminary Dean | p-vogt@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2001-2014 as Professor, 2019 as Dean

As the Dean of Bethel Seminary today, Peter is passionate about striving to be a radically counter-cultural follower of Jesus and helping others grow in their capacity in this area as well. His responsibilities include casting a vision for robust online education, partnership with local churches and denominations, identifying ways of serving alumni and local pastors, maintaining all aspects of accreditation for degree programs, representing the seminary to internal and external partners, an. . . read more.