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Carly Crouch

Carly L. Crouch

David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament

Dr. Crouch brings students solid expertise in the Old Testament. Her research focuses on the intersection of theology, ethics, and community identities, with a historical focus on the social and intellectual world of ancient Israel and a contemporary interest in the relevance of this work for 21st century ethics.

Alexia Salvatierra

Alexia Salvatierra

Assistant Professor of Mission and Global Transformation

Dr. Salvatierra is best known for her local, national, and international church and community leadership. She has pastored English- and Spanish-speaking congregations, served as a missionary in the Philippines and as the director for justice for the Southwest California Synod (ELCA), started and directed multiple nonprofit community development organizations, worked as a legislative advocate, fund developer, and community organizer.

Joel Green

Joel B. Green

Professor of New Testament Interpretation

A widely known and respected authority in the New Testament, Dr. Green has authored or edited over 50 books—several of which have garnered awards—and written scores of essays and reviews. He has taught for more than three decades as well as serving in senior administrative roles and pastoral ministry.

"The ones who wrote the books."

Some of the world's most influential scholars teach at Fuller. Find out more about each of them and the innovative work they are doing here.

Leslie C. Allen

Steven Argue

Vince Bantu

Chris Blumhofer

Ryan K. Bolger

Tod Bolsinger

James E. Bradley

Mark Lau Branson

James T. Butler

Evangelicals, Pentecostals, and Charismatics
Theology and Human Rights
Christian Muslim Dialogue
Limping Toward Sunrise
Children Suffering Globally
Shalom As Wholeness

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Hear from Fuller’s School of Mission and Theology faculty, read their writings, and explore their research on this site that offers resources you can freely access for any use.