Brian Charles Barlow
Dr. Barlow teaches students in the Department of Christian Ministry. He seeks to enable students to understand human experience from an academic and Christian point of view through such classes as Introduction to the Bible, Introduction to Christian Ethics, Introduction to Christian Theology, Christian Understandings of Human Experience, Psychology of Religion, and Liberal Arts Seminar. In teaching, Dr. Barlow strives to encourage growth and learning in each individual through the ways in which he approaches these subjects.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Barlow advises students in the Department of Religious Studies with regard to their vocations in the areas of Biblical Studies, Bible and Religion, Christian Ministries and Youth Ministries. He assists them in progressing toward their individual calling in life and growth as a person.
The thought of Soren Kierkegaard contributes to Dr. Barlow's understanding and encouragement of students as individual members of academic and Christian communities. He utilizes Kierkegaard's thought in conversation and the classroom to accomplish this goal.
Dr. Barlow is married. He and his wife have a daughter.
Professor Barlow has served at Anderson University since 2006.
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Professor of Religious Studies
A.B., M.A., M.Div., Anderson University
Ph.D., Emory University