Bob Pazmiño’s research on diverse forms of Christian education and his interests in multiculturalism and mentoring help to shape his work with various groups and schools in the U.S.
He is the author of a number of books, including a third edition of Foundational Issues in Christian Education (2008), So What Makes Our Teaching Christian?: Teaching in the Name, Spirit and Power of Jesus (2008), God Our Teacher (2001) and Doing Theological Research: An Introductory Guide for Survival in Theological Education (2009). His memoir A Boy Grows in Brooklyn will appear in 2014.
He is co-editor with Daniel Jeyaraj of The Antioch Agenda: Essays on the Restorative Church in honor of Orlando E. Costas (2007), which includes a co-authored chapter with Elizabeth Conde-Frazier entitled “Antioch Revisited: Educational Implications”, and has contributed book chapters and articles to a variety of scholarly works.
Bob is ordained in the American Baptist Churches and serves as a national consultant for the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. He joined the faculty in 1986 after teaching five years at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
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