The Faculty Page of Chip M. Anderson
B.A. Crown College
M.A.T.S. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Chip M. Anderson has degrees from Crown College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and was ordained by the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He was a professor at Prairie Bible College (Three Hills, Alberta), as well an adjunct-instructor at Nyack College. He has written for Servant Magazine, MetroVoice, and The Christian Librarian; his articles appear in His Dominion, The Evangelical Journal, and Trinity Journal.
He is the founder and editor of Words’nTone, an online journal and weblog dedicated to promoting faithful biblical interpretation, significant preaching, and sound Christian thinking.
He has served as the chairperson for Southwestern Connecticut’s Welfare-to-Work Task Force.
Along with preaching the Word, Chip also consults for community-based and faith-based non-profits as well as for churches on program development, strategic planning, and mission statement development. He is available for speaking and consulting and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chip lives in Connecticut with his wife Lisa and has four children, three off at college and one high schooler suffering at home.
“Idolatry and Poverty: Social Action as Christian Apologetics,” Africanus Journal Vol. 2, No. 2 (November 2010): 24-43.
“Wasted Evangelism” (Mark 4): The Task of Evangelism and Social Action Outcomes,” Africanus Journal Vol. 1, No. 2 (November 2009).
Destroying Our Private Cities, Restoring Our Spiritual Life (Xulon Press, January 2004).
“Head Start: Preparing Parents and Preschool Children for the Future” (with Katie Simms), Eagle View Press, (Feb 2002).
“Victims Educate Norwalkers About Impact of Domestic Violence” (Norwalk Citizen-News, Oct 24, 1997).
“Fairfield Prep’s First President Hopes to Build on School’s Traditions (Fairfield Citizen-News, Oct 15, 1997).
“Memories in Miniature: Vignettes Depict Time, Lessons of War (Fairfield Citizen-News, Sept 24, 1997).
“Peña Ready to Take United Way Into 21st Century” (Fairfield Citizen-News, Sept 5, 1997).
“Building a Bridge: Bridgeport Youth Project Connects City and Suburb” (Fairfield Citizen-News, Aug 15, 1997).
“Rom 1:1-5 and the Occasion of the Letter: the Solution to the Two-Congregation Problem in Rome” (Trinity Journal, Sp ’93).
“Rethinking `Be Filled with the Spirit’: Eph. 5:18 and the Purpose of Ephesians” (The Evangelical Journal, F ’89)
“John’s Apocalyptic Message: Another Look” (His Dominion, F ’87).
“Idolatry and Poverty: Where the Private vs. Public Isn’t Enough,” paper (Nov ’09 Evangelical Theological Society, New Orleans, LA).
“Widows in the Temple Courts (Mark 12:41ff): Molding the Community of Faith for the Public Square,” paper (Nov ’06 ETS, Washington DC).
“Ministerial Training & (Post)Modernity: Institution-Based Ministerial Training Creates Concrete (Post)Modern Experiences for Students,” paper (ETS, ’95, Washington DC).
“Another Look at ‘Thus all Israel shall be saved’ (Rom 11:25): Dramatic Tension and The Davidic Connection,” paper (ETS, ‘94).
“An investigation of en pneumati (‘in spirit’) in Ephesians 5:18 within a linguistic and conceptual framework,” paper (ETS, ‘93).
“Bible College Curriculum and Modernity: Our Moment in Time” (presented to the President of Prairie Bible College for institutional research, ‘93).
“The State of the World and the State of World Missions by More Than a Casual Observer” (presented to the faculty of Prairie Bible College\Graduate School, ’91 Faculty Conference).