- Systematic Theology
- PhD in Theology – Wheaton College
- MA in Theology – Wheaton College
- BA in Ancient Languages – Wheaton College
Dr. Stephen Pardue became an adjunct professor at IGSL in 2012. He teaches classes in Bibliology, Theology Proper and Theological Anthropology, as well as Christology and Soteriology. In addition, he is co-chair and founder of the Scripture and Theology in Global Context Consultation at the Evangelical Theological Society in the US.
He was a recipient of the H. Wilbert and Colene Norton Fellowship at Wheaton College from 2008 to 2012, and was granted another fellowship in 2015 by the Center for Christian Thought at Biola University.
His dissertation on “The Mind of Christ: Humility as an Intellectual Virtue in Christian Theology” was published by Bloomsbury under the title The Mind of Christ: Humility and the Intellect in Early Christian Theology. Together with K.K. Yeo and Gene L. Green, he is editor of two theology books as well as series editor of the Majority World Theology Series (four volumes under contract with Eerdmans) with the same colleagues.
He has written essays and journal articles on various topics in theology and has given several presentations at theological conferences in the US, UK, Singapore and the Philippines.
He is passionate about helping students grasp the value of theology and the Christian tradition for life and mission in Asia’s diverse contexts.
Dr. Pardue is married to Teri, and they are blessed with four children, Ava, Lucy, Simon and Ivy. He enjoys spending time with his kids, exploring new places, and savoring good food.