Publications and Presentations
Our internationally recognized faculty has published books, articles, and reviews in prestigious forums. They are frequent speakers at academic conferences, churches, and universities around the world...
- Paul N. Anderson, Riddles of the Fourth Gospel: An Introduction to John (Fortress Press, 2011)
- Corwynn Beals, Levinas and the Wisdom of Love: The Question of Invisibility (Baylor University Press, 2007)
- Anderson Campbell, Father Factor: American Christian Men on Fatherhood and Faith (editor; White Cloud Press, 2014).
- Brian R. Doak, Consider Leviathan: Narratives of Nature and the Self in Job (Fortress Press, 2014)
- Sarita Gallagher, Abrahamic Blessing: A Missiological Narrative of Revival in Papua New Guinea (American Society of Missiology Scholarly Monograph series; Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2014)
- Jeannine M. Graham, Representation and Substitution in the Atonement Theologies of Dorothee Sölle, John Macquarrie, and Karl Barth (Peter Lang, 2005)
- Mark McLeod-Harrison, Repairing Eden: Humility, Mysticism, and the Existential Problem of Religious Diversity (McGill-Queens University Press, 2007)
- Roger J. Newell, The Feeling Intellect: Reading the Bible with C.S. Lewis (Wipf & Stock, 2010)
- Steve Sherwood and Brian R. Doak, The Bible: Ancient Context and Ongoing Community (Kendall Hunt, 2014)
- Phil Smith and Mark McLeod-Harrison, Being at Home in the World: A New Christian Apologetic (Wipf & Stock, 2011)
- Phil Smith, Why Faith is a Virtue (Cascade, 2014)
Welcome to the spring 2016 semester!
What are some of our recent graduates doing now...?
Mark Almquist ('15), MA student, Princeton Theological Seminary
Beau Brown ('14), MA student, Yale Divinity School
Josh Dolar ('15), youth director, Our Savior Lutheran Church
Jessi (Fink) Freitag ('13), Angel Resource Group
Joshua Garcia ('15), MA student, Boston University School of Theology
Tashawna Gordon ('15), youth minister, North Valley Friends Church
Megan Reynolds ('15), SALT participant, Mennonite Central Committee, Guatemala
Keithen Schwahn ('15), student ministries intern, Countryside Community Church
What can I do with degrees in Biblical Studies, Philosophy, and Christian Ministries?
Other graduates have gone on to careers in business, theater/acting, social work, non-profit leadership, law school, marketing, nursing, ministries of various kinds, and graduate degrees at all levels around the world. Data shows that those majoring in topics like religion, ancient langauges and history, and philosophy rank near the top of test scores on the LSAT as well as the GRE. Courses within our department specialize in the exact skills that are now ranked as the most desireable for companies hiring new empolyees, such as problem solving, processing complex information, verbal and written communication, teamwork, and the ability to influence others. Let us know how we can help you "Be Known" at George Fox University! Contact Us...
Find out what the professors are passionate about.
Brian Doak - FoxTalks Session ll
Sarita Gallagher - FoxTalks Session Vll