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Professor Craig Evans Joins the Faculty at HBU


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The announcement was made yesterday, Tuesday June 9, 2015, that Dr. Craig Evans will join the faculty of Houston Baptist University in January 2016.  Here is the official announcement:


Craig has been a friend for a number of years, and I’m thrilled at the prospect of him being a part of our faculty.  He will add a great deal of expertise to the School of Christian Thought at HBU.  His current post is at Acadia Divinity School in Nova Scotia.  He will find the Houston winters much more agreeable, but he will definitely have to get used to the heat!  Welcome, Dr. Evans!Craig Evans


1 Comment

  1. Dennis Phelps says:

    Excellent. Congratulations!

    *Dennis Phelps,* *Ph.D.*

    *J.D. Grey Professor of Preaching | Dir, Church-Minister & Alumni Relations* http://www.nobts.edu/Faculty/ItoR/PhelpsD/Default.html

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