Charles Kraft, on Fuller's faculty since 1969, is professor emeritus of anthropology and intercultural communication in the School of Intercultural Studies. He has served as a missionary in Northern Nigeria, a professor in African languages at Michigan State University and UCLA, and part-time professor of anthropology at Biola University.
Kraft taught mostly in the spiritual dynamics concentration but also in areas such as anthropology and communication when necessary. His published books include Worldview for Christian Witness (2008), Confronting Powerless Christianity (2002), Culture, Communication and Christianity (2001), I Give You Authority (1997), Anthropology for Christian Witness (1996), Deep Wounds, Deep Healing (1994), Defeating Dark Angels (1992), Communication Theory for Christian Witness (1983, 1991), and Christianity in Culture (1979, revised edition 2005). His travels for teaching and ministry have taken him to Nigeria, Korea, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Australia, India, Denmark, Norway, England, Holland, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, Japan, Switzerland, and Germany. In recent years his interests and ministry have especially focused on inner healing and spiritual warfare.
Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching:
Biblical Christianity and culture (including contextualization), communicating biblical Christianity, anthropology and Christianity, cross-cultural Christian theology, worldview, spiritual warfare, inner healing