Warren B. Newberry
B.A., Vanguard University of Southern California
M.A., Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
D.Th., University of South Africa
Dr. Newberry’s 40 year ministry as a missionary educator has led him to Malawi, Jamaica, Bosnia, Singapore, the Philippines and Belize, as well as ministering in a number of other countries. He is an adjunct professor of religion at Global University and regularly teaches at the Caribbean School of Theology Graduate School, Asia Theological Center for Evangelism and Missions (Singapore) and All Nations Theological Seminary (Malawi) . He has served as a missions professor and department chairperson at Southwestern AG University, and is a member of the Society for Pentecostal Studies and the American Society of Missiology. His current research interest lies in the dialectic tension between experience and theology as related to missiology, the contextualization of indigenous church principles, anthropology of religion and African traditional religions. With the exception of one year in Belize, he has served AGTS since the fall of 2000.
"Beyond the impartation of the discipline of missiology, I am greatly concerned that my students understand the calling and will of God for their lives and ministries. I try to empathize with their seminary and home life in order to know them personally." — Warren B. Newberry
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 5:58 PM