Fred W. Burnett
Fred Burnett is professor of religion at Anderson University in the Religious Studies Department. Burnett teaches Hellenistic Greek, second and third year, for the School of Theology. He has written for a number of books, such as The Post Modern Bible (1997) and Reading Communities Reading Scripture: Essays in Honor of Daniel Patte (2002). He is also a frequent reviewer of books on religion.
Burnett joined the Anderson University faculty in 1976.
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Professor of Religion
B.A., Anderson University
M.Div., Anderson University School of Theology
D.Min., Ph.D., Vanderbilt University