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2012-2013 is my 12th year of teaching at Evangel.
Professor of Chemistry
Zimmerman Hall 312L, ext. 8327
1995, MA, Biblical Studies, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
1973, PhD, Chemistry, University of Southern Mississippi
1966, BS, Biology, William Carey College
I teach science and Bible classes. I also advise and mentor chemistry majors.
American Chemical Society
American Scientific Affiliation
General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Human Biology, Physical Chemistry, Physical Science, Acts, Pastoral Epistles, Revelation, History and Philosophy of Science, and THEO 422 Christianity at Work (for science majors).
Wood, B.J., S. Badger and E.S. Garett, "Sodium Bisulfite and Its Residual Use in Controlling Blackspot in Shrimp"; Proceedings of the First Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference, 10/76; p.382
"Reach thousands of vacationers," Advance, May 1984, p.14.
"The right road home," Pentecostal Evangel, Feb. 26, 1984, p.12.translated and reprinted in No. 1 de 1985, El Evangelio Pentecostal,as "El Camino Que Lleva a Casa."also reprinted in Today's Man, April-June 1987, p.11.
"Lightning adventure," Today's Man, October/December 1984, p.4.reprinted in Insight for Young Adults, Fall 1987, p.1.
"A blessed depression," Pentecostal Evangel, Dec. 8, 1985, p.4.reprinted in The Love Express, May 1988, p.8.
"Single-source items," Pentecostal Evangel, May 24, 1987, p.11.
"How does it look to You, Lord," Pentecostal Evangel, Oct. 16, 1988, p.30.
"The hill at the end of the park," Pentecostal Evangel, Apr. 22, 1990, p.4.
“Seven habits of highly effective Christians,” Pentecostal Evangel, Jan. 9, 1994, p.6.
“I died at the airport,” Pentecostal Evangel, Feb. 6, 1994, p.4.
"The Christian, the Church, and the Environment," Pentecostal Evangel, August 20, 1995, p.12.
Review of Rethinking the Unity of Luke and Acts, by Mikeal C. Parsons and Richard I. Pervo. In Paraclete 29 (Spring 1995): 30-32.
"Dear Nathan," Pentecostal Evangel, Apr. 21, 1996, p.13.
"Letter to a Homosexual Friend" Pentecostal Evangel, Feb. 13, 2000, p.19.
"Guidelines for Being a Friend to a Homosexual," Pentecostal Evangel, Feb. 13, 2000, p.22.
Badger, Steve and Mike Tenneson. Christian Perspectives on Origins. Evangel University, 2006.
Badger, Steve and Mike Tenneson. Christian Perspectives on Origins: Revised and Expanded. Springfield, MO: Evangel University, 34 pp, 2007.
Tenneson, Mike and Steve Badger. "Teaching Origins to Pentecostal College Students and Measuring the Beliefs of Pentecostal Students about Origins." Paper presented at the Society of Pentecostal Studies and Wesleyan Theological Society Joint Meeting, Duke University, Durham, NC, March 14, 2008.
Tenneson, Michael and Steve Badger, “Teaching Origins to Pentecostal Students,” in Amos Yong, ed., The Spirit Renews the Face of the Earth: Pentecostal Forays in Science and Theology of Creation. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Press, 2009.
Badger, Steve and Mike Tenneson, “Does the Spirit Create through Evolutionary Processes? Pentecostals and Biological Evolution,” in James K. A. Smith & Amos Yong, eds., Science and the Spirit: Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity and the Religion and Science Dialogue Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2010 (forthcoming).
Tenneson, Mike and Steve Badger. (Feb. 2010) "A Brief Overview Of Pentecostal Views on Origins." Enrichment Journal online: http://enrichmentjournal.ag.org/201002/ejonline_201002_origins.cfm
Favorite Thing About Work:
I really like interacting with students who really want to learn. I also enjoy hearing from former students.
Was an Evangel Student:
I am not an Eu alumnus
Originally From: Malden (Boston suburb), MA
I'm an ordained minister and have served as both senior and associate pastor. I've preached and/or taught on several short-term missions trips, including visits to Mexico, the Republic of Congo, Kenya, South Africa, Bulgaria, England, the Dominican Republic, and Cuba.
I like to hunt and fish--and cook and eat what I catch. I am also interested in the interface between natural science and Christian faith. My wife and I are great fans of Thai food!
Off campus web site: http://steve-badger.net
Top 5 Strengths:
Personal Page: http://personal.evangel.edu/badgers/Web