Robert A. Hunt
Director of Global Theological Education
Professor of Christian Mission and Interreligious Relations
Ph.D., University of Malaya, 1994; M.Div., Southern Methodist University, 1982; B.A., University of Texas, 1977
World Religions, inter-religious dialogue, Islam, mission studies
Interfaith Dialogue, Contemporary Muslim Movements, Theology of Religions, Christian Identity in a Pluralistic World, World Christianity
:: Christian Identity in a Pluralistic World”, Missiology, Vol. 36, Spring 2009, “Reforming American Views of Muslims: A View from the Trenches.”
:: World Christianity in Muslim Encounter, Vol. 2, ed. Stephen R Goodwin, Continuum Religious Studies (London: Continuum, 2008).
:: “A Response to Ng Kam Weng’s Quest for Covenant Community and Pluralist Democracy in an Islamic Context.” Quest for Covenant Community and Pluralist Democracy in an Islamic Context, ed. Mark Chan (Singapore: Trinity Theological College Press, 2008).
:: Muslim Citizens of a Globalized World (Somerset, NJ: IID Press, 2006).
:: What Every Christian Should Know about Muslim Ideals (New York: GBGM Press, 2003).
President, Association of Professors in Mission (2008-2009), Board of Scholars, Journal of Inter-religious Dialogue
, Leadership Team, Christianity in Southeast Asia Research Project,
Center for the Study of Christianity in Southeast Asia