Douglas Nason, a member of the faculty in both full-time and part-time roles since 1983, is assistant professor of communication for the School of Theology. He helps future church leaders understand the theological basis for Christian communication, equipping them to share the gospel in the most effective ways.
Nason has extensive ministry and teaching experience including missions work in India and service as a visiting lecturer at Princeton Theological Seminary. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), he has done pastoral work across the United States and in England, including at London’s famed City Temple. Nason has written a pamphlet called "Speaking for God in India" (translated into Hindi), and contributed to a volume called Pocket Prayers for Work. He has also published choral music. Nason is a member of the “Ask the Experts” panel for Christianity Today’s Building Church Leaders resource site.
- CO500: Communication
- CO503: Advanced Communication
- CO514: Theory and Practice of Communication for Ministry
- PR500: Homiletics
- PR511: Preaching Practicum
- PR524: Preaching without Notes
- PR525: Foundations for Biblical Preaching
Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching
Communication, preaching, speech communication