A Festival of Scripture, Song, and Splendor
June 21 - 26, 2019 at Old Mill Point
Join us as we encounter the Great God of Wonders in bringing together thoughtful and insightful study of God's Word, spirited expression of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, and exultation in God’s magnificent creation. Renew Cedar Campus experiences and friendships. Engage your intellect. Enjoy singing with others who love to sing. Delight in God’s natural world.
Garwood P. Anderson, PhD
President and Provost, Professor of New Testament at Nashotah House Theological Seminary
PhD, Marquette University; New Testament (2003) MA, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; New Testament (1997) BA, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Music (1983)
Dr. Anderson's academic journey in biblical studies began while an undergraduate. Sensing a call to ministry of some kind and having a persistent interest in theological issues, Anderson prepared to attend seminary upon graduation. That plan was deferred and enriched by seventeen years of ministry on the staff of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (1984-2001), where he ministered on numerous college campuses, including as the Divisional Director for Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan for eleven years. Before coming to Nashotah House in 2007, Anderson was on the faculty of Asbury Theological Seminary (Orlando, FL campus) from 2002-2007. He has also taught as a visiting professor at Bethel Theological Seminary, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Reformed Theological Seminary, and the West African Theological Seminary in Lagos, Nigeria.
A committed teacher and frequent retreat speaker, Anderson was recognized with Asbury Theological Seminary's 2006-2007 Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award. Anderson's research interests center especially on narrative approaches to reading the gospels, the parables of Jesus, Pauline soteriology, and the theological appropriation of the New Testament. Anderson's most recent publication is a major study on Pauline soteriology, Paul's New Perspective: Charting a Soteriological Journey (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2016). He has also published articles and reviews in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, The Journal for the Study of the New Testament, The Scottish Journal of Theology, Review of Biblical Literature, Catalyst, Lectionary Homiletics and numerous reference articles in The Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters, the New Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible, the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (2d ed.), Lexham Bible Dictionary and Lexham Theological Wordbook (Logos Bible Software). Additionally, Dr. Anderson is a regular contributor to the Covenant blog and writes articles and reviews regularly for The Living Church magazine.
Anderson's hobbies include sports of all kinds and music - especially classical, English choral music, and jazz. He married his wife Dawn in 1983, and they have three adult children: Thaddaeus, Lindsay (married to George), and Lauren. He and his family attend Zion Episcopal Church in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, where he sings in the choir and serves as Senior Warden.
Along with the classic treasures and delights associated with Cedar Campus events, we offer three optional afternoon tracks designed to take you deeper in Scripture, song and splendor:
SCRIPTURE - Theology: Going Deeper in Scripture
SONG - God's Song in Worship
SPLENDOR - Discovery & Stewardship of Creation
To register or find out more, call our office at 906-484-2294 or email us.
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