Biblical Missiology has many authors, experts in their areas of domain from around the world. Find the articles written by author below.

Scott Seaton is the pastor of Emmanuel Presbyterian Church (PCA). Prior to his current ministry, Scott served as a PCA missionary, a church missions pastor and the director of the PCA's international ministry to Muslims. He also is the lead author of "A Call To Faithful Witness," the PCA's 2011 overture related to Muslim Idiom Translations.2 Articles

Bunyan Towery / Jeff Morton (M.Div. and D.Miss., Biola) is pastor of discipleship, Hillside Baptist Church, Dickinson, ND. He is author of " Two Messiahs," "Insider Movements: Biblically Incredible or Incredibly Brilliant?" and co-editor of "Chrislam: How Missionaries are Promoting an Islamized Gospel."2 Articles

Andrew Green (pseudonym), along with his wife and three children, served as church planters among Muslims in Central Asia for five years and were evacuated from the field last year due to security concerns. They are now preparing to serve as church planters among Muslims in South Asia.1 Articles

John M. Drescher was Minister of Scottdale Mennonite Church, Scottdale, Pennsylvania. 1973-1978, currently lives in Quakertown, PA.1 Articles

June Engdahl is a retired legal secretary having spent most of her career working in a large San Francisco law firm. She now resides in her native Minnesota and is a member of Mission Orthodox Presbyterian Church in St. Paul. She edits the articles of Rev. Bassam Madany, a retired radio missionary to Muslims, who writes on several international websites.1 Articles

Will Burger is currently a pastor in Boulder, Colorado and has been involved in ministry for over 15 years to children, students and families. He holds an MA in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and is currently beginning PhD studies in Theology with a research emphasis on the intersection of spiritual formation, trinitarian theology and church community life.1 Articles

Sochanngam Shirik hails from Kachai village, Manipur state in the Northeastern region of India. He belongs to a tribal community called the Naga people. Currently, he is pursuing a PhD at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY. Upon completion of his degree, he plans to go back to India and teach at a seminary. He passion is to train young Indian church leaders and pastors in a biblically sound, cultural relevant manner.1 Articles

I was born in 1979 in West shoa zone in Ethiopia. I was atheist until August 15, 2003 but I became a Christian on August 2003. From September 2003 up to now, I am serving the Lord in the church of the Nazarene Horn of Africa Field as Literature Coordinator, Bible School Teacher and as book Translator. In addition, I was ordained as elder of the Church (Rev.) of the Nazarene on October 2008. I graduated from Evangelical Theological College in June 2010 with Bible Transition as Major. Currently, I am first year Master of Biblical and Theological Studies at Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology.1 Articles