Kay Higuera Smith and Daniel Darko

Kay Higuera Smith, PhD, is Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies and Program Director of the Religious Studies program at Azusa Pacific University. Her published works deal with issues of Postcoloniality and Evangelicalism, Christian/Jewish relations, theology, comparative hermeneutics, and gender issues. In her most recent publication, she was Editor-in-Chief of Postcolonial Evangelical Conversations: Global Awakenings in Theology and Praxis (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2014). She has taught at APU for 16 years and now teaches Global Biblical Interpretation, Religious Studies, Judaism, Gospels, early Judaism and Christianity, and Bible and Gender.

Dan Darko is Professor of New Testament Studies at Gordon College, MA. A native of Ghana, he has served in administrative and ministerial roles as a Director of Youth for Christ (Ghana), Dean of Students at the Evangelical Theological Seminary (Croatia), University/Seminary chaplain and local church pastoral positions in Ghana, Croatia, England and the United States. Prior to teaching at Gordon, he taught at Central University (Ghana) and the University of Scranton, PA. Dan specializes in Pauline Studies, Biblical Interpretation and Ethno-Race Relations in Christian Origins with additional interest in Cultural Intelligence for Christian Leaders.

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