B. A. (Pastoral Theology), Christian Heritage College
M. Div.; Western Seminary, Portland
James received his B. A. in Pastoral Theology from Christian
Heritage College, (now San Diego Christian College) and his
Masters in Divinity from Western Seminary, Portland. He
currently serves on the Pastoral staff of Antioch Bible
Church where he works in the Leadership Development
Department. James also functions as the Academic Dean of
the imago Dei institute, where he teaches in the areas of
Biblical Studies, Theology, Cross-cultural Ministry and the
Arts. He makes his home in Everett, Washington with his wife
Linda and son, Josiah.
B. A., (English); Seattle Pacific University
M. A., (Religion Studies); Seattle Pacific University
Ed. D.; University of Washington
After receiving his M. A. in Religious Studies from Seattle
Pacific University, Dwight went on to complete his Doctorate
of Education from the University of Washington. He served
on the teaching faculty of the Scandinavian Bible Institute
in Saffle, Sweden for 12 years, and then returned to the
United States to assume the Presidency of Cascade Bible
College. Dwight currently serves as the Administrative Dean
of the imago Dei institute, where he also teaches in the
areas of Biblical Studies, Archaeology and Christian
Literature. He and his wife, Sharon, make their home in
Ph. D. (Philosophy of Religion), Greenwich University
Phil currently serves as the pastor of Trinity Bible Fellowship
as well as the President of the Institute for Biblical Defense.
He lectures widely on the subjects of philosophy and apologetics,
and is the author of the popular apologetics books, The God Who
Sits Enthroned: Evidence for God’s Existence and No Other Gods: A
Defense of Biblical Christianity. Some of his most recent
publications include Theism vs. Atheism: The Internet Debate
(co-written with the notable atheist, Dr. Michael Martin, from
Boston University) and God, Government, and the Road to Tyranny.
He and his wife, Cathy, make their home in Bremerton, Washington.
M.Div., Talbot Theological Seminary Seminary
Th.M., Regent College
Scott is a New Testament Greek scholar who has a passion for studying and teaching the Word of God.
He is an active participant in the Acts 29 network, speaking at conferences and seminaries--both national and international.
Scott is currently the Senior Pastor of Grace Fellowship of Puget Sound, which he helped found in 2002.
B.A., (English), Master's College
M. Div., Masters College
Sean serves as the Pastor of Coram Deo Fellowship,
a church located in Lynnwood, Washington. A gifted instructor, his
teaching interests are in Theology, Biblical Studies, Church History
and English Literature. Sean and his family make their home in
Ph. D., Tuebingen University
Neil received his Doctorate in Natural Sciences from Tuebingen
University in Germany. He has served as a Research Physiologist
at the University of California, Berkley; and was an Associate
Professor of Biology at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Huber
began his Christian journey as a Professor after being confronted
with questions and challenges from some of his Christian students.
After resigning from his university position, he founded a biotech
company in the Seattle area. He now teaches in the areas of
Apologetics and Christianity and the nature of science. He and
his wife, Herta, make their home in Bellevue, Washington.
M. Div., Western Seminary, Portland
D. Min., Western Seminary, Portland
Karl received both his Masters of Divinity and his Doctorate of
Ministry from Western Seminary, Portland. For over 25 years,
Karl has been training people through his discipleship material
(Transferable Cross-training) from all walks of life. His practical
material has helped equip thousands across the United States.
A frequent speaker at retreats and at P.A.O. (Professional Athletes
Outreach), Karl serves as the Pastor of Leadership Development
at Antioch Bible Church, as well as the Chaplain for the Seattle
Seahawks football team. He has co-authored two books: A Just
Defense: Nuclear Weaponry and the Christian Conscience, and
M. A., (Biblical Studies), Bethany Seminary
Ed. D., Triune Biblical University
Born and raised in Pakistan, Dr. Sharaf keenly understands the
Islamic worldview. As the only great ethnic religion that is
younger than Christianity, Islam holds more than 1.2 billion
adherents worldwide. Asif’s heart is in reaching those people
with the Gospel of Christ. He has worked in Libya, Northern
Nigeria, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.
He holds a Masters of Biblical Studies from Bethany Seminary as
well as a Doctor of Christian Education from Triune Biblical
University. Asif currently is the host of the Global Radio
Outreach program, a ministry reaching millions of Urdu and Hindi
B.A., Simpson College
M.A., Faith Seminary
D. Min., Faith Seminary
Dr.Ted Swezey received his B.A. from Simpson College and both his M.A.
and D. Min. from Faith Seminary in Tacoma. He has served as pastor
in a number of Seattle area churches, often working to re-establish
struggling or failing ministries. In addition to his current
pastoral position, Ted’s teaching interests are in the areas of
apologetics, Bible history and discipleship.