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Title: Adjunct Professor
Office: Theology Department Adjunct Office
Adjunct Professor, Theology Department
Director of Ministerial Resourcing, Assemblies of God
I am an adjunct professor in the Theology Department, teaching Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 115).
For my "day job," I am the director of Ministerial Resourcing for the Assemblies of God. In that position, I serve as executive editor of Enrichment journal (a quarterly professional journal for AG ministers), director of MinistryDirect.com (a social network for the same), and editor of Called to Serve (a quarterly newsletter for the same.
Southern California District Council, Assemblies of God: ordained minister
I have taught two courses as an adjunct professor at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California: New Testament Survey and Christian Worldview.
Spring 2012 semester
Favorite Thing About Work:
I get to read, write, and talk for a living.
Originally From: Springfield, MO
I am happily married to Tiffany, and we have a 3-year-old son, Reese. We also rescued a Beagle named JoJo and a Yorkie named Bobby.
If you'd like to "friend" me on Facebook, just look up "George Paul Wood." If you'd like to follow me on Twitter, my handle is GeorgePWood. My personal blog is GeorgePWood.com.
I am currently a Ph.D. student in the Intercultural Studies program at Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. ("Intercultural studies" is the fancy term for what used to be called "Missiology," which is the study of the church's mission across cultures.) My areas of interest are (1) the relationship between religion and science in Western culture and (2) the reasons people give for deconverting from Christianity to atheism.
Personal Page: http://www.georgepwood.com