Adjunct Faculty

A Special Note About Our Adjunct Faculty:  One of the most powerful benefits of our program is that we are able to bring to the student the teaching and academic oversight of highly accomplished practitioners and scholars in various fields of study.  They serve as administrators, faculty, ministers, practitioners, authors, writers, and in other areas of service and leadership either in private ministry or with other institutions. 

 

Their contribution to MIUD is an important part of their commitment to Christian ministry.  Yet, because they are also involved in the larger field of Christian service, the student who studies under their direction receives the added benefit of learning from a highly accomplished and multi-dimensional leader.  This wonderful benefit would not be possible in a traditional system of higher education.

William Adams

 

B.S., U.S. Military Academy at West Point; M.Div., MidAmerica Baptist Theological Seminary; M.A.J.C.S., D.D., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  bible, Hebrew world view, history of ancient and modern Israel, Judeo-Christian studies, theology.

David W. Anderson

 

B.A., Gordon College; M.Ed., Temple University; Ed.D., University of North Dakota; Cert. Theological Studies, Bethel Seminary; D.B.S., Master's Intl. University of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  disability ministries, learning disabilities, special education, theology of disability and suffering.

Anthony E. Balsamo

 

A.A. Trinity College of the Bible, B.A., Trinity College of the Bible; M.Min., M.A., D. P. Th., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:   Director of the Integrity Christian Fellowship (Yaphank, NY)  Academic Learning Partnership.

Thomas S. Baurain

 

B.A,, Lawrence University; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; D.Min., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; graduate study in Higher Education toward the Ph.D. 

 

Focus Areas:  apologetics, bible, biblical counseling, creation science, theology.

Rebecca Brimmer

 

Numerous leadership training programs, undergraduate studies at Central Bible College; Global University; Cuyahoga Community College; B.A., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  biblical history, Hebrew culture and language, history of ancient and modern Israel.

Thomas Brimmer

 

Israel national tour guide graduate, and licensed Israel tour guide; B.A. Central Bible College; D.D., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  biblical history, Hebrew culture and language, history of ancient and modern Israel, western culture and modern Israel.

Chloe Cummings

 

B.A., Concordia College, River Forest, IL; M.A., University of Maryland; D.B.S., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  bible, biblical counseling, marriage and family, women's issues.

Howard A. Eyrich

 

B. A., Bob Jones University; B. D., Faith Theological Seminary; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; D. Min., Western Conservative Baptist Seminary. 

 

Focus Areas:  bible, biblical counseling, gerontology, marriage and family, theology.

William J. Federer

 

B.S., Saint Louis University.  

 

Focus Areas:  American and world history, U.S. constitution, world religions.

Steve Gallagher

 

A.A., Social Sciences, Sacramento City College; B.Min.A., Capital Bible Institute; M.Min., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  bible, men's issues, sexual addictions.

Cheryl Hauer

 

International Development Director for Briges for Peace Internaitonal. 

 

Focus Areas:  biblical history, Hebrew culture and language, history of ancient and modern Israel.

Trudy M. Johnson

 

Certificate in Chaplaincy, Master's Divinity School; B.A., Biblical Counseling, Trinity College of the Bible; M.A., Biblical Counseling, Trinity Theological Seminary. 

 

Focus Areas:  biblical counseling, life issues, marriage and family, post-abortion counseling, women's issues.

Alvin A. Low

 

B.B.A, Singapore; M.Th., Dallas Theological Seminary; Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Trinity Theological Seminary. 

 

Focus Areas:  bible, theology, world missions, world religions.

Paul Madtes, Jr.

 

B. A., Eastern Nazarene College; M.S., Ph.D., Texas A& M University; Ph.D., Trinity Theological Seminary. 

 

Focus Areas:  bible, biblical counseling, creation science, life science, theology.

Bradley Mattes

 

M.B.S., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  biblical counseling, life issues, men's issues, post-abortion counseling.

Yaya Obozua

 

Diploma in Training Management from Thames Valley University, London;  M.Sc. in Management Training, University of Leicester;  M.Sc. in Ministerial and Theological Research, King's College London;  D.P.Th., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  bible, world religions, theology.

Charles R. Page, II

 

University of Tennessee;  B.A., Lambuth University; M.Div., Emory University; Ph.D., Trinity Theological Seminary.

 

Focus Areas:  biblical archaeology, biblical history, middle eastern culture, history of ancient and modern Israel, world religions.

James B. Solberg

 

B.S., St. Olaf College; Graduate studies Luther Seminary; M.A.J.C.S., M.Div., D.D., Master's International School of Divinity.

 

Focus Areas:  bible, Hebrew world view, history of ancient and modern Israel, Judeo-Christian studies, theology.

Anthony "Tony" Taylor

 

A.A., Berean Bible College; B. Min. International Bible College; advanced studies at Texas A&M University Criminal Justice Institute; Hebrew University, Biblical Hebrew and Jewish Background of the New Testament; D.D., Master’s International University.

 

Focus Areas: Theology of Death and Dying, Pastoral Gerontology, Crisis Intervention Counseling, Practical Theology

Thelma Wells

 

B.S. in Education from North Texas State University, minors in Business Administration and English, M.Min, in Pastoral Ministry, Master's International School of Divinity; D.D.,  Saint Thomas Christian College and Theological Seminary.

 

Focus Areas:  biblical counseling, family and life issues, women's issues.

Deena Wolfe, Professor

 

A.A., Biblical Studies, Moody Bible Institute; B.A., Trinity International University (Deerfield, IL); M.Min., Master's International School of Divinity; M.A., Northwest Christian University.

 

Focus areas:  life issues counseling, prolife issues.

Audrey Werner

 

R.N., Mercy School of Nursing, Detroit, MI; B.S.N., Sigma Theta Tau, University of Michigan; M.A., Master's International School of Divinity; Professional education in STDs, and HIV counseling from the Centers for Disease Control, and the State of Michigan Health Department.

 

Focus Areas:  biblical purity, history of public education in the United States.

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