Gilbert Lozano, professor of biblical studies and Hebrew, was born in Bogotá, Colombia. Lozano came into the Church of God as a youth. His growth and service to the church would in time take him to live in Brazil. He completed his bachelor's at Warner Pacific College (Portland, Ore.). This opportunity opened a network of friendships that would in time allow him to complete his graduate work at the University of Denver/ Iliff School of Theology and then pave the way for him to teach at Messiah College (Grantham, Pa.). Lozano returned to Curitiba, Brazil where he taught for Fidelis, the Mennonite School of Theology, before joining the Anderson University School of Theology faculty. Here he teaches Hebrew and Old Testament studies. Lozano is also ordained in the Church of God (Anderson) and has served congregations in both Colombia and the United States.
Lozano joined the School of Theology faculty in 2011.
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Professor of Biblical Studies and Hebrew
B.Th., Boa Terra Theological Institute
B.A., Warner Pacific College
M.Div., Iliff School of Theology
Ph.D., University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology