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    Alden Thompson

    Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies at Walla Walla University
    Alden Thompson is currently professor of Biblical Studies at Walla Walla University. He has been a faculty member at WWC since 1970. From 1972 to 1974, he was on college-sponsored doctoral study leave at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. In 1980-81 he was an exchange teacher at Marienhöhe Seminary in Darmstadt, Germany. After serving as WWC academic vice president for four years (1986-90), he returned to full-time teaching in the School of Theology. He retired in 2009, but continued to teach part time until he fully retired on June 30, 2020.
    David Thomas

      David Thomas

      (BA, Atlantic Union College; MDiv, Andrews University; DMin, Andrews University) David Thomas is Professor of Practical Theology & Apologetics. He has been a member of the faculty at WWU since the summer of 2001. He served as Dean of the School of Theology for seventeen years (2001-2018). He is now focused on full-time teaching and writing. Prior to joining the faculty, Thomas spent some 24 years in pastoral work in New England, and in Washington. His pastoral experience ranges from multiple church districts to large, multi-staff churches. While pastoring in the east, he taught as an adjunct professor at Atlantic Union College for six years. He has served on many administrative committees at conference, union, and institutional levels. He has been a member of the Walla Walla College Board of Trustees.
      Brant Berglin

        Brant Berglin

        (BA in Theology, Walla Walla College; MDiv, Andrews University; currently a PhD student at Andrews University) Brant Berglin joined the Walla Walla University School of Theology in January of 2013, as an Assistant Professor in New Testament Studies and Greek. He is a Walla Walla College - School of Theology graduate. Three months later, he moved to Alaska where he served for one year as an intern pastor in Anchorage, Dillingham, Fairbanks, and then for three years as the pastor of the North Pole and Delta Junction Seventh-day Adventist churches.