Victor D. Anderson
Department Chair, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries
B.S., Michigan State University at Lansing, 1981; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary, 1986; Ph.D., Biola University, 2008.
Professor Anderson, a 15-year missionary with SIM in Ethiopia, was also academic dean and professor of Old Testament and homiletics at the Evangelical Theological College and a teaching elder of the International Evangelical Church. He recently served as adjunct professor in Christian ministries and leadership development at the Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California. His doctoral research focused on rhetorical and educational features of preaching in an oral-based society. He and his wife, Cindy, have two children.
- DM103 - The Applied Research Project
- Cultural Shift of Hostility - (02/01/2013)
- Faculty Forum: Representing Christ in a Pluralistic World - (10/03/2008)
- Finding Confidence In God Amidst Wickedness - (05/14/2008)
- Ministry in Cross-Cultural Contexts (3 of 3) - (02/27/2007)
- Ministry in Cross-Cultural Contexts (2 of 3) - (02/20/2007)
- Ministry in Cross-Cultural Contexts (1 of 3) - (02/13/2007)
- Oral communication
- Cross-cultural preaching and education