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Theology educator

Mark Randolph Shaw, American Theology educator. Speechwriter Congressman John Anderson, Washington, 1977. Member American Society Church History, Conference on Faith and History.

Background

Shaw, Mark Randolph was born on November 6, 1949 in Taunton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Paul Milton and Ellen E. (Turberg) Shaw.

Education

Bachelor, Gordon College, 1973; Message Telecommunications Service, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 1976; Doctor of Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, 1981.

Career

Professor, Scott Theological College, Machakos, Kenya, 1980-1989, 92-94; professor, Scott Theological College, Machakos, Kenya, since 1995; professor, Seminary of East, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1989-1992; professor, Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School Theology, since 1996. Scholar-in-residence Billy Graham Center, Wheaton, Illinois, 1994-1995. Adjunct Professor Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School Theology, since 1992.

Missionary American Institute of Management International, Pearl River, New York, since 1980.

Works

Politics

Racism is sin because it disregards the image of God in all people and denies the truth of the Gospel that believers are all one in Him.

Views

Christians with differing approaches should be engaged with each other to discuss how the Bible should be applied to issues in our contemporary world.

Membership

Speechwriter Congressman John Anderson, Washington, 1977. Member American Society Church History, Conference on Faith and History.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, painting.

Connections

Married Lois Mary Douglas. Children: Anne Bradstreet, Jonathan Edwards.

father:
Paul Milton Shaw

mother:
Ellen E. (Turberg) Shaw

spouse:
Lois Mary Douglas

child:
Anne Bradstreet Shaw

child:
Jonathan Edwards Shaw