What Biblical Theology Can Teach Us About Mission: Scott Callaham

Across culture and even within the church, the sufficiency and authority of Scripture are under attack. What is needed is a return to biblical theology, says Dr. Scott Callaham, Ph.D., dean of the Institute for Public Theology. In this conversation, we explore what the whole counsel of Scripture has to say about our mission to the nations.

Scott N. Callaham graduated from the United States Naval Academy (Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering) and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity and Doctor of Philosophy in Old Testament). He is the lead editor of World Mission: Theology, Strategy, and Current Issues, as well as the author of Biblical Aramaic for Biblical Interpreters in both English and Chinese. Dr. Callaham has served as a pastor, chaplain, cross-cultural international missionary, conference speaker, Bible translator, and seminary professor. He has written book chapters and journal articles spanning Hebrew grammar and syntax, biblical theology, preaching, pastoral ministry, missions, worship, and songwriting. He is the host of the Daily Dose of Aramaic podcast and a composer of Chinese worship music for congregational singing.

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